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Over 200 rank-and-file union activists took part in Portland’s third biennial Labor Notes “Troublemakers School.”
Bricklayers and Allied Craftworkers Local 1 held its annual apprenticeship contest April 1 at its training center in Northeast Portland.
Thirty-five apprentices from 11 locals took part in the competition, which had been on hiatus since 2012.
Since October, a new union speakers campaign has visited more than a dozen local high school and college classes.
The Portland training center added classrooms, offices, and support space to what was a one-room warehouse.
Given the prevalence of unconscious racial preferences, just outlawing racial discrimination isn’t going to be enough.
The Portland labor attorney says union staff need to confront issues of race, gender, and disability.
A new online video by the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) calls attention to diversity in Portland-headquartered Local 48. Local 48 was an all-white all-male union until 1941, but today, about one in five are
The Union Oscars: SAG film and TV awards are chosen by union members, and honor collective work
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences was founded in 1927 to stop film industry unions.