Some truckers at the Port of Seattle do not have access to bathrooms. In the case of the main port-provided truck lot, a single HoneyBucket [port-a-potty] was delivered in an attempt to quiet truckers who spoke out against the lack of access to a basic necessity. However, many people have pointed out that the HoneyBucket has not solved anything.
EVERETT, OCCUPIED SNOHOMISH TERRITORY — September 2, 2014 Five people, one of them sitting 18-feet high on a tripod, have blocked coal and oil traffic at the BNSF Rail Yard in Everett for about six hours this morning and afternoon. The group is demanding an immediate halt to all fossil fuel shipments through the Northwest,…
by Josh S. A Message From the Seattle Solidarity Network:
This article was pieced together from an article on anarkismo.net, edited and added to by libcom:
By Nicole Dungca of the Oregonian: Portland Public Schools teachers have authorized the first strike in the history of Oregon’s largest school system and set a walkout date: Feb. 20.
By Jim Fromm SEATTLE, OCCUPIED DUWAMISH TERRITORY – November 15, 2013 Portland, Ore.-based Microcosm Publishing, a self-described “radical publishing house,” is distributing books through sweatshop apparel dealer Urban Outfitters, a corporation with a lengthy record of bigoted and exploitative policies. Last year, the dissolution of the Microcosm Collective left Microcosm Publishing under the sole ownership…
A piece on the recent Fast Food campaigns launched by SEIU – their origins, means, and prospects for revitalizing the labor movement in the U.S. By John Jacobsen