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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.
Organized labor should hold accountable those who side with a corporate capitalist agenda at the expense of workers.
We build power for our worker’s movement when we recognize and embrace our diversity.
Throughout the 1990s and into the early 2000s, Bill Sizemore wreaked havoc in Oregon by putting simplistic initiatives on the ballot to address complex issues. Now Tim Nesbitt and Ted Kulongoski are poised for a repeat.
Today’s labor movement and the rights working people enjoy would not be what they are without the contributions of strong, fearless women.
When I first became involved in the union movement, the mantra was to focus on wages, hours, and working conditions, while staying away from everything else.
The real crisis isn’t on the southern border. It’s in the Oval Office.
The year 2018 will be viewed as pivotal for the American labor movement.
Burgerville’s top executive preaches “Biblical entrepreneurship,” but in practice the company has been reluctant to move away from a low-wage business model.
Kate Brown is a big reason why Oregon is on the move, and we need her leadership for the next four years.