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Strike Wave in Yakima Valley Demands Safer Working Conditions, Hazard Pay

Safer working conditions and an extra $2 an hour in hazard pay are the two main demands at the center of work...

McDonald’s Workers Strike Demanding Protections from COVID-19

 By Mark Friedman, Labor Columnist Demanding McDonald’s prioritize public health and worker safety over profits, hundreds of employees at the fast food chain (140,000 U.S....

Janitors Take Fight to the Streets of Downtown LA

Labor Notes By Mark Friedman, Reporter On Feb. 6, thousands of janitors took to the streets of Downtown Los Angeles demanding a New Deal for immigrant...

A Holiday Message in Support of Port Drivers’ Fight for Justice

Port truck drivers were going on strike again this past September to protest many egregious labor abuses.

Labor Notes — 11-21-19

Compiled by Mark L. Friedman Port and Rail Drivers Win Court Decision Over Misclassification Forty-one misclassified XPO Logistics port and rail drivers  recently filed $2.3 million...

Thousands March at LAX for Unions

By Mark Friedman, Reporter On Oct. 2, more than 2,000 airport employees and rideshare drivers rallied at Los Angeles International Airport in support of the...

Tenants Go on Rent Strike After Eviction

By Hunter Chase, Editorial Intern Not waiting for the Long Beach City Council to pass legislation that would force landlords to pay relocation fees to...

Unlock Public School Potential

Strike: Did UTLA settle too soon? By James Preston Allen, Publisher To understand the historical significance of the recent teachers’ strike against Los Angeles Unified School...

Week 2 On the Picketline, Picketlines Solid as LAUSD Flinches

By Mark Friedman, Random Lengths reporter Entering into week 2 of the UTLA strike against LAUSD, student attendance at the schools was down to 15...

UTLA Strike Solid, Daily Breeze Goes Ballistic with “War” on Kids & Union

By Mark Friedman, 13-year veteran of California Teachers Association, Green Dot Public Schools, RLn Contributor Striking teachers photo by Jeff Manghera On Saturday January 19, UTLA...

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Help for Homeowners: Webinar Aug. 12

Join a webinar on the foreclosure process

Rancho Palos Verdes Forms First Sister City Relationship with Sakura City

During a virtual ceremony held Aug. 4, officials in both cities highlighted a long-running student exchange program and signed proclamations establishing their sister city relationship.

Gov. Newsom Announces $81.8 Million in Commitments to Support Isolation and Quarantine Efforts in Communities Disproportionately Impacted by COVID-19

This new initiative expands on the previously announced grant funding from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Port of Long Beach, City Partner for Free Drive-In Movies

Twilight Cinema movies come to Long Beach