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SWOCCFT local 3190 leaders Cheryl Davies and Carolyn Byrd who were instrumental in the grievance process pose for a photo at AFT-Oregon Convention April 2015. Photo by Bernadette Kapocias
Posted: Aug. 11, 2015 at 12:00 p.m.
Edit: Aug. 12, 2015 at 9:44 a.m.
Posted Aug. 8, 2015 at 5 p.m.
As all education and health professionals know, people never really stops learning once they finish their education. There are always new studies and new techniques to brush up on.
The same goes for union work, which is why AFT prides itself on our constantly updated and relevant trainings.
SWOCCCF, local 3972, President Vickie Brumit and former Vice President Colleen Keen pose for a photo after winning back pay for five previously unrepresented members. Photo courtesy of Southwestern Oregon Community College Classified Federation
“Unions stand up for workers even if they’re not in the bargaining unit … technically.”
Oregon’s 2015 Legislative Session has officially come to a close. Thanks to the relentless work of a strong and unique coalition, and the support of a legislature that held everyday Oregonians’ well-being as a top priority, this session will be remembered for its Legislature that fought and won for working people.