Lockout

May 4, 2014 Portland Solidarity Rally For Locked Out ILWU Local 8 Workers At Columbia Grain

ILWU Local 8 Rally For Locked Out Columbia Grain Workers In Portland, Oregon

May 4, 2014 Solidarity Rally For Locked Out ILWU Local 8 Workers At Columbia Grain In Portland, Oregon
There will be a solidarity rally for the locked out ILWU Local 8 members at Columbia Grain at the Port of Portland.
The ILUW Local 8 members have been locked out for 365 days.
Call 503-0224-9310 for more information.
For more video:
ILWU Local 8 Picket Scabs At Columbia Grain On June 1, 2013
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JAXDRCaexkA

Scab Bus Blocked at Port of Vancouver where ILWU has been locked out

Scab Bus Blocked at Port of Vancouver where ILWU has been locked out
http://labornotes.org/blogs/2014/03/scab-bus-blocked-port-vancouver
March 03, 2014 / Lataya Dailey, Dustin Hawks, and Shane Burleyenlarge or shrink textlogin or register to comment
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The lockout of Pacific Northwest grain workers has hit a full year. They marked the grim anniversary with an early-morning direct action. Photo: Shane Burley.

ILWU Vancouver WA Union dockworkers locked out, looking for work

ILWU Vancouver WA Union dockworkers locked out, looking for work
United Grain's yearlong lockout has big impact on livelihoods
http://www.columbian.com/news/2014/feb/26/locked-out-looking-for-work-un...
By Aaron Corvin, Columbian port & economy reporter
Published: February 26, 2014, 7:38 PM

ILWU Local 4 Members Protest Port Of Vancouver, Wash Lockout but no coast wide action by ILWU

 

ILWU Local 4 Members Protest Port Of Vancouver, Wash Lockout but no coast wide action by ILWU

 
ILWU Members Protest Port Of Vancouver, Wash Lockout

Northwest grain contract offer, obtained by The Oregonian, pressures ILWU longshoremen as strike or lockout looms

 

 Northwest grain contract offer, obtained by The Oregonian, pressures ILWU longshoremen as strike or lockout looms

 

By Richard Read

 

The Oregonian, November 28, 2012

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