Labor confronts police brutality | nwLaborPress
In Washington, D.C., national AFL-CIO Executive Vice President Tefere Gebre marches June 8 with United Mine Workers President Cecil Roberts in a union Black Lives Matter march contingent organized by the Painters Union.

By Don McIntosh

Nationwide demonstrations against police brutality and mistreatment of African-Americans have now continued non-stop for three weeks, including 21 straight days in Portland. Protesters have turned out in Salem, Eugene, and small towns throughout Oregon and…

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