Marion, Polk and Yamhill Counties Central Labor Council


100 Women, 100 Miles, One Voice

One hundred immigrant women walked 100 miles to welcome Pope Francis and remind the whole world of the importance of immigrant work, and working people in the labor movement joined them. Read the full article>>>


Salem’s Riverfront Park was the site of the 5th Annual Labor Day Picnic sponsored by Marion-Polk-Yamhill Counties Central Labor Council (MPYCCLC), AFL-CIO.


Salem, OROn Monday September 1, delegates from 29 local unions in the Tri-County area gathered to host friends and family of affiliated unions and allied organizations. Two bounce houses and a joust were enjoyed by the kids and adults alike. Bar-B-Q chicken and pulled pork rounded an excellent picnic menu. Donations of non-perishable food and cash were donated to Marion-Polk Food Share. The event included the following guest speakers:

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When President Barack Obama first announced his candidacy for president, he said: “I am running in this race because of what Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. called ‘the fierce urgency of now.’ Because I believe that there’s such a thing as being too late. And that hour is almost upon us.” Like Dr. King, our president was calling on America to make real the promises of our democracy. That fierce urgency of now is here for thousands of refugee children from Central America. I know many of these kids’ stories because it is my story, too. Read more >>>

“Too many voters are being disenfranchised in this country, and much of it is intentional,” said Oregon AFL-CIO President Tom Chamberlain. “In too many states we have seen calculated efforts to lower voter registration, the deliberate spreading of misinformation, improper purging of voter rolls and more. What’s worse is that the Supreme Court failed to stand up for voting rights just months ago.”


March for Immigration Reform in Hermiston


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