When Unions Put Up a Fight, All Workers Benefit

June 18, 2017

“When [Boston Globe contributor] Jeff Jacoby criticizes labor unions as obsolete, he misses a vital point: Organized labor is different today than it was in the 1950s and ’60s (‘Sorry, class warriors, but unions aren’t coming back’),” writes Tyrék Lee […]

The Great Society: The Beginnings of the Editors Guild

May 15, 2017

Editor’s Note: In celebration of the Editors Guild’s 80th anniversary on May 20, 2017, we reprint this story on the founding of the Society of Motion Picture Film Editors, the forerunner of today’s Guild, which originally appeared in CineMontage JAN-FEB 2012 in honor of the Guild’s 75th anniversary. […]

Greenhouse: Unions That Like Trump

April 9, 2017

“He’s fought against unions,” said Chuck Jones, according to Steven Greenhouse in The New York Times. “He’s filled his cabinet with big-business people.” Jones is president of the steelworkers local in Indianapolis and was a target of the president’s Twitter wrath after he said Trump had exaggerated the number of […]

2017 Survey — Who We Are

March 29, 2017

Last year, the Editors Guild’s Diversity Committee sent out its first survey to gather preliminary information about the Local 700 membership. […]

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