Northwest Oregon Labor Council

 

Jon Hiatt is Executive Assistant to the President and Chief of Staff at the AFL-CIO.

Labor groups have designed a new mobile app to crack down on wage theft and other labor violations faced by immigrant workers.

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It's that time of year, Labor's Community Services is requesting donations, toys and cash donations, for the annual Presents from Partners Holiday Party

Think It’s Tough for Labor Now? Just Wait Until Trump Takes Office in January By Moshe S. Marvit

Today is Veterans Day, a day to honor all American Veterans, both living and dead, and thank them for their dedicated service to our country and for the sacrifices they’ve made.

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The tentative agenda for Monday’s Executive Board meeting

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It's that time of year, Labor's Community Services is requesting donations for the annual Presents from Partners Holiday Party. There's a need for toys but also for cash donations to cover catering and buying toys to fill holes in donations

Attend an open house presentation of design alternatives for the Oregon City Riverwalk

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On Wednesday, November 16, we will join with more than 90 organizations to flood the US Congress with phone calls in opposition to the TPP

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 Restoring trust in our trade policy Article by Stan Sorscher

Labor History Program - November 21st @ 7:00pm @ IBEW Local 48 Hall, 15938 NE Airport Way, Portland

The Long Strike of The Oregonian and Oregon Journal — 1959 - 1965

The public is encouraged to join in a labor history program reflecting on the Portland newspapers strike on Monday, November 28th, 7:00 P.M., IBEW Local 48 Hall, 15937 NE Airport Way, prior to the business of the regular NOLC delegates’ meeting.  

November is Labor History Month in Oregon and celebrated annually by the Northwest Oregon Labor Council.  This year’s 30-minute program briefly covers the 1959-65 Portland newspaper strike, its impact on other U.S. newspapers, and some of the ongoing effects on the local labor movement.   

Those who recall know there remain mysterious, unsolved crimes attributed to labor, but…questions remain unresolved.  Learn more about this pivotal event in our local history and hear voices of the past through narration and witness the past through projected photographs.

For more information contact Jim Cook, Chair NOLC History Committee - 503-703-1693