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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.
The statistics highlighting workers of color being left behind, particularly Black workers, are a reminder of the work we must continue year-round.
While every other member of the Democrat in Oregon’s Congressional delegation has signed onto the PRO Act as a co-sponsor, Congressman Kurt Schrader said he won’t vote for the bill.
The organized labor movement has always been the greatest check and balance to ruthless, relentless greed.
Oregon university officials are pulling out all the stops to devalue and disrespect graduate student workers.
Our movement is a bold and inclusive movement that fights for any worker, no matter who they love or where they were born, and we are winning.
With economic inequality having returned to levels not seen in more than eight decades, a revival of union power is essential.
The only means to counter a corporate capitalist agenda is a strong union movement, says Oregon AFL-CIO president Tom Chamberlain in his final Labor Press column.