The International Labor Communications Association honored the winners of its annual Labor Media Awards at a luncheon on Dec. 12.
One day in 1953 Fred Gaboury invited me to come to work with him so I could witness first hand his skill in rigging a spar tree high in the foothills of the Olympic Mountains. I eagerly accepted.
"Wojcik brings to the board years of dedication and experience as a labor journalist committed to the goals of our organization."
Stories about some of the world's most vulnerable children, in Afghanistan and Los Angeles, were among the winners of top prizes in The News Guild's annual Heywood Broun Awards competition.
Twenty-eight photojournalists were out the door in a blink; it was as if they pushed a button and deleted a whole culture.
The Huffington Post, labor says, makes millions off its so-called "citizen journalists" - without paying them a dime.
Journalists who cover the labor movement, labor leaders and even a U.S. Department of Labor top official attended the International Labor Communication Association's annual awards ceremony here Nov. 19.
"Lee Enterprises is cutting retirees' health care, not because they are losing money, but because they want more profits," said Shannon Duffy, business manager for the St. Louis Newspaper Guild.
A crowd of 90 supporters turned out for the annual People's World banquet here to honor United Steelworkers Local 404 as well as longtime People's World supporter Lou Incognito.