The Doc Workers of New York: Pushing for Union Jobs Editing Non-Fiction

June 1, 2015

The documentary form has been around since the beginning of cinema, and over the past 15 years, pundits have bruited this past decade and a half as “The Golden Age of Documentaries.” No matter the platform — theatrical, television or online — documentary has transformed itself from the margins to the mainstream as a galvanizing and provocative art form. […]

Joseph A. Aredas: The Honorable Arbiter

March 1, 2015

As uninteresting as he might describe his career, the issues that have occupied Joseph A. Aredas’ time and his guiding values turn out to be deep, compassionate and profoundly human. […]

Will Labor Remain Relevant?

January 1, 2015

Let’s cut from our usual close-ups of 
Local 700 organizing to a wide shot of the state of
 the American labor movement. […]

Proud to Be Post — And Union

September 1, 2014

‘Post Proud’ is the story of bold brothers and sisters whose pride 
in their craft, pride in themselves, and commitment to one another empowered them to make dramatic change in their working lives. […]

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