Wednesday, August 17, 2022

Random Lengths News provides us, its readership, with a working forum; it incites and provokes a real dialogue in our unique harbor community. RLn champions the best of the working classes from the ILWU to our own Neighbors for Peace and Justice. It doggedly works to render local politics and politicians transparent, and it publishes crucial articles from alternative press and media that the LA Times won’t touch.

Ron Linden

San Pedro Artist

The International Longshore Warehouse Union, ILWU Locals 13, 63 and 94 commend the writers and publisher of Random Lengths News for their forthright reporting and fair representation of the labor issues on the San Pedro Bay waterfront and in the communities surrounding the twin Ports of Los Angeles/ Long Beach Harbor. We urge all of those whole understand the importance of good jobs, fair wages and workers’ rights, who regularly post our “We Support the ILWU” posters on their windows to also show their support for this area’s only truly independent press, the one that speaks for the best interest of the community at large, by advertising in this labor friendly publication.

ILWU Locals 13, 63 and 94

International Longshore Warehouse Union

Now more than ever, we need local journalism. Community news outlets like Random Lengths News provide us with the reliable and timely information we need to keep ourselves and our loved ones informed during this crisis. My office is proud to continue sponsoring coverage for RLn so that you and your family can stay up-to-date.

Sup. Janice Hahn

LA County Supervisor, 4th District

When we relocated our thrift store, The Beacon House Exchange, we were extremely nervous about our ability to increase sales to sustain the additional expenses of a larger space. Fortunately for us, the campaign RLn provided for us led to record sales. Even during the CoronaVirus crisis we were able to sustain online sales such that when we reopened on June 8th, we quickly eclipsed all sales records and June 2020 was our best month ever. No doubt, advertising in RLn was a key to both our success when launching our new location, as well as, record setting sales upon reopening.

Mitch Harmatz

Director of Communications

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