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America’s labor movement is often the last and only line of defense for anyone who works for a living.
The economy is just a set of rules that can be rewritten. That starts with who we elect. For working people, elections make a difference.
Oregon ranks nearly last in the availability of drug addiction treatment for those who want it. Ballot Measure 110 would change that.
Our state government can help us by strengthening workplace protection for COVID-19. Join us: Call on the governor and OR-OSHA to do right.
Why would the USPS—a beloved agency that’s competitive with private delivery services—be the target of attacks by the Trump administration?
The world where President Trump and his allies live couldn’t be further from the world we live in.
We must acknowledge that our institutions have been built on a foundation of racism and white supremacy that gives some people privilege, and takes it away from others based on the color of their skin.
Oregon labor came together last September to demand accountability for betrayals, and to recommit to changing the culture within the Democratic Party.
Oregon AFL-CIO president Graham Trainor says thinking must begin now about the plan for rebuilding our economy, communities, and workplaces in stronger, more resilient ways.
The history of the Labor Movement was written by and continues to be driven by leadership and courageous actions of women.