This week’s update includes the latest of the government shutdown, a call to action to support nurses in Central Oregon, and a look at the pro-worker members of Congress starting their first term in Washington DC.
This week’s update includes the latest on the partial shutdown of the federal government, our most recent podcast episode, a call for support for SAG-AFTRA’s Portland Local President Robert Blanche and the arrival of a new union cannabis store in Salem.
This week’s update includes our latest podcast episode, news from union organizing at OHSU, Tesla workers standing together in New York and resources to find union-made gifts for last-minute holiday shoppers.
This week’s update includes the latest on organizing efforts at Amazon fulfillment centers, results from the vote to unionize at a third Burgerville location, the 2018 union-made holiday gifts guide, and the 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
This week’s update includes a look at the legacy of the merger between the AFL and the CIO in 1955, news from nurses in Central Oregon, voter turnout numbers, and a call for toys for the holiday toy drive.
This week’s update includes a roundup of election news, our Labor 2018 Union of the Week, the latest from UNITE-HERE’s ‘One Job Should Be Enough’ campaign, and the Oregon AFL-CIO’s response to the confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh to the U.S. Supreme Court.
This week’s update includes information on Oregon’s ballot measures, NAFTA renegotiations, Amazon’s anti-worker tactics, why we must believe survivors like Dr. Ford, and important updates about our Labor 2018 program.
This week’s update includes a story about an Oregon union going above and beyond to help their members, Labor 2018 campaign updates, the latest on Knute Buehler and his stance on workers’ rights, National Voter Registration Day, good news from Kaiser bargaining and a call to help with recovery efforts in North Carolina.
This week’s update includes a reminder about our latest podcast episode, Oregon AFL-CIO President Chamberlain’s most recent Northwest Labor Press Article, the latest from Labor 2018, and an inspiring report about difference a union can make for workers of color.
This week’s update includes the latest from the Oregon AFL-CIO’s Labor 2018 campaign including our local union of the week, a look at 9/11 commemoration events, Knute Buehler’s bad vote on jobs, take action against Kavanaugh’s appointment and important information from the Oregon Labor Candidate School about upcoming opportunities.
This week’s update includes an important call to action about the U.S. Supreme Court, our latest podcast episode, new union favorability numbers, Oregon AFL-CIO President Tom Chamberlain’s Labor Day speech, and a new TV ad from the National AFL-CIO.
This week’s update includes the latest on Trump’s anti-worker executive orders, teachers on strike in SW Washington, NAFTA negotiations, resources from UFCW 555 about Fair Work Week laws, and Labor Day 2018 picnics.
This week’s update includes a perspective on the election in Missouri by Oregon AFL-CIO President Tom Chamberlain, a new advertising campaign from the National AFL-CIO, working women speaking out against Brett Kavanaugh’s appointment to the U.S. Supreme Court, and a win for bus drivers and mechanics at the North Coast.
This week’s update includes news from South Dakota about efforts to keep white supremacists out of the labor movement, a memorial scholarship from AFT-Oregon in honor of Deirdre Mackey and her daughter, Grace Misztal, a look at what the victory in Missouri means for the future of unions, and information about Labor Day picnics.
This week’s update includes the historic victory against Prop. A in Missouri, an action to save local health care, the latest Oregon AFL-CIO endorsements, and a job announcement from the Oregon AFL-CIO.
This week’s update includes the latest from the fight against “right to work” in Missouri, the latest episode of our podcast, an inspiring video from Dolores Huerta, and an in-depth look at the ineffective union busting efforts underway in Oregon.
This week’s update includes the latest from the fight for union rights in Missouri, a call-to-action to reject Brett Kavanaugh as the next Supreme Court Justice, AFGE’s ‘Red for Feds’ campaign, and upcoming events including the July 28 Day of Action against Ballot Measure 105.
This week’s update includes the latest news on Oregon’s ballot measures, contract ratification at Volunteers of America - Oregon, an important look into a rule change at the Department of Labor, ethical summer essentials to beat the heat, and upcoming events.
This week’s update includes a perspective on the American labor movement following last week’s Janus decision, important information about the minimum wage increase on July 1, a new Oregon AFL-CIO podcast episode, and an important rally in Portland on July 11.