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LaDonna and Mike made Oreos for Nabisco until greedy CEOs chose profits over people and sent their jobs to Mexico. They talk about friendship, solidarity in the face of job-loss, and who they think will work tirelessly to save American jobs.

Celia and her coworkers have been working to get Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump to recognize the Culinary Workers Union Local 226 at the Trump Hotel in Las Vegas.

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Some Wall Street billionaires are paying less in taxes than teachers, nurses and other working people. It's time for Congress to end this unfair tax loophole.

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Labor’s Community Services Agency needs your help to help secure housing for families on the verge of homelessness

This Saturday canvass for union endorsed candidate for State House District 22, Teresa Alonso Leon

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Saturday, October 1st, the Citizens Trade Campaign we’ll be going door-to-door, asking people to sign postcards urging Rep. Blumenauer to oppose the TPP  

Another Saturday event, canvass for candidate Janeen Sollman

Canvass for State Senator Laurie Monnes Anderson

With Lame-Duck TPP Vote Unlikely, Democrats Seek Changes

Portland City Commissioner, Position 4:  Steve Novick

Multnomah County Commissioner, District 4:  Amanda Schroeder

Clackamas County Chair:  Jim Bernard

Clackamas County Commissioner:  Ken Humberston

Columbia County Commissioner, Position 1:  Margaret Magruder

Hillsboro Mayor:  Aron Carleson

West Linn Mayor:  John Carr

Gladstone Mayor:  Tammy Stempel

While Donald Trump continues to excoriate immigrants from South and Central America, the AFL-CIO is ramping up programs to help them unionize and gain political power. A forum recently held in Washington, D.C., highlighted what the labor movement will be doing to provide Latina working women with the tools they need to win better standards of living and security for the future.