AFT joins historic convening of Latino trade unionists

The AFT was out in full force at last week’s Labor Council for Latin American Advancement convention in Puerto Rico Aug. 8-11. As Latin American workers continue to lag behind their white colleagues, and as appalling immigration policies plague the country, AFT leaders joined more than 400 delegates from a cross section of the labor movement, working to forge a better future and addressing equitable education, protections for immigrant workers, the economic impact of anti-union attacks on the island and across the country and the power of the Latino vote.

Oregon nurses collect donated school supplies

Oregon nurses collect donated school supplies

With back to school right around the corner, members from the Oregon Federation of Nurses and Health Professionals recently held a school supply drive with the goal of sending 100 Portland-area childre…

Nurses’ activism wins strong contract

Nurses at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center, represented by the Registered Nurses Association, part of the Ohio Nurses Association, began negotiating with the hospital for a new contract last spring got actively involved in their contract …