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The Tides that Erase: Automation and the Los Angeles Waterfront

Original art by Fernando Mendez Corona Jennifer Carr Whenever I go out with my father anywhere in San Pedro, we inevitably run into someone he knows,...

Tale of Two Realities

San Pedro on the verge of something By James Preston Allen, Publisher From Long Beach’s rising Gerald Desmond bridge to the growing skyline of Los Angeles...

American Labor, the Global Fight Against Corporate Greed

By Gary Herrera, ILWU Local 13 Vice President I am a laborer for a great union that stands for social and economic justice for American...

Random Letters 8-8-19

The Battle of Automation — One Perspective You seem to be clinging on to some old visions of what the San Pedro and the POLA...

The Battle of Automation

Many believe in the inevitability of automation even as its benefits are challenged, POLA spent its public trust currency on the battle By James Preston...

Betrayal of Trust

Harbor Commission ignores public trust duties in Pier 400 automation vote By Paul Rosenberg, Senior Editor ILWU Local 13 Vice President Gary Herrera put his finger...

Random Letters 7-11-19 — This Land is Our Land; RE: Robots, tech & automation; Stone Wall Inn; On Increasing Homelessness; When the Big One...

This Land is Our Land No more accurate lyrics have been made — “This Land is Our Land” as it applies to the sidewalks surrounding...

You Can’t Hack a Longshoreman

By Los Angeles County Supervisor Janice Hahn The debate over automation has come to a boiling point at the Port of Los Angeles. Workers of...

Here Come the Robots:

The global trade battle is at the doorsteps of the local economy The stage is set and the battle lines are drawn in the fight...

Saving Jobs By Destroying Them?

Deconstructing PMA’s flawed automation argument By Paul Rosenberg, Senior Editor As the Port of LA Board of Harbor Commissioners postponed voting on the automation permit requested...

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New Long Beach Fire Station Site Approved

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