Carl Finamore

Carl Finamore is a longtime labor journalist and activist and a Machinist Lodge 1781 delegate to the San Francisco Labor Council, AFL-CIO.

Articles by Carl Finamore


SF Tenants, Labor Push to Stop Evictions

Posted July 28, 2015 by

Last year, San Francisco tenant rights’ supporters scored an important victory when voters overwhelmingly approved Proposition K, requiring all new housing developments provide 33% low and moderate-cost units. The objective was to put a lid on the unregulated, speculative construction
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photo by NUHW. SF Cops Called to Peaceful Picket.

SF Nursing Home Calls Cops on Strikers

Posted July 23, 2015 by

A lively San Francisco picket line of 50 caregivers from the National Union of Healthcare Workers (NUHW) began their one-day strike of San Francisco Nursing Center (SFNC) in the very early morning hours of Wednesday, July 22, 2015. NUHW negotiator
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SF’s Fight for $15 & a Union

Posted April 16, 2015 by

The Fight for $15 minimum wage campaign came to San Francisco in the very early hours of April 15. Around 100 protestors assembled at 6am and then marched very orderly through the doors, packed the dining area and shut down
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