Books, movies, music, author interviews.
Portland-area construction unions, contractors and subcontractors will join an industry effort to make workplace culture more welcoming.
Working to Live in Southwest Washington will launch Sept. 5. The plan is to talk with local newsmakers about kitchen table issues.
A new web project showcases and connects more than four dozen labor podcasts and radio shows from around the nation.
With large gatherings banned until there’s a reliable treatment for COVID-19, Labor Day picnics in Oregon and SW Washington have been canceled this year.
Police unions have almost always been an awkward fit in the House of Labor.
When an apprentice encountered a noose on the job, no action was taken for weeks. Building trades unions say that’s got to change.
Unions are finding that holding meetings online is actually increasing attendance. One union is even holding its national convention online.
Labor cartoonists Mike Konopacki and Gary Huck are closing down their cartoon syndicate.
The novel’s heroes are a Finnish immigrant family in Astoria in the early 20th century, exploited as fishers and loggers, who become involved with the IWW.
The union’s top award went to the Korean cast of Parasite, the runaway hit dark comedy that depicts a working class family that connives to escape dire poverty by getting jobs as servants for a rich family.