This week’s update includes great news from Volunteers of America, upcoming events, an article from Oregon AFL-CIO President Tom Chamberlain about the future of our movement, a take action item from Transportation Fairness Ashland and a new report about wage theft.
This week’s update includes the latest podcast episode from the Oregon AFL-CIO, the annual Executive Paywatch report from the National AFL-CIO, how you can help make Oregon a better place for everyone in light of the anniversary of the tragic violence on a Portland MAX train last year, and a call-to-action to support catering workers at United Airlines.
This week’s update includes a recap of yesterday’s election results, an update on the fight for a fair contract at Volunteers of America Oregon, good news from Precision Castparts, and a new website from the National AFL-CIO with information about the freedom of working people to stand together in union.
This week’s update includes important information about the upcoming election on May 15, a call-to-action to support workers at the Volunteers of America, an event to learn about AFGE’s work to save the VA from privatization, a roundup of Asian Pacific American labor leaders as part of Asian Pacific American Heritage month, union-made gifts for Mother’s Day, and a reminder to help Stamp Out Hunger on May 12.
This week's update includes an in-depth article about the 50th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s assassination, an update about nurses' picketing next week in Medford, multiple ways to take action to help working people, and a new website from the Oregon AFL-CIO to warn voters about the alarming legislative record of gubernatorial candidate and State Representative Knute Buehler.
This week's update includes the latest on our efforts to give Uber and Lyft drivers a voice, an article from AFL-CIO Secretary-Treasurer Liz Shuler for Women's History Month, an event to commemorate Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. on April 4, and a take action to oppose the Trump Administration's proposed rule to legalize wage theft.
This week's update include the Oregon AFL-CIO's response to Governor Kate Brown's State of the State Address, a roundup of influential leaders and their stories for Black History Month, a new video showing that Oregon's struggle against racism is not over, and a chance to grade Betsy DeVos' performance as Secretary of Education.