Carl Finamore

Carl Finamore is Machinist Lodge 1781 delegate, San Francisco Labor Council, AFL-CIO. He can be reached at

SF College Faculty Strike for Justice Stop Class Reductions & Pay Cuts

How Workers Lose in Negotiations

SFPD Gets Away with Murder(s) Department of Justice Comes to Town

Black Homes Matter: San Francisco’s Vanishing Black Population

Fight for $15 – Labor’s Big Bang or Not

Workers of America, Unite! Racism is a Trade Union Issue

Coming to San Francisco? Cra$h at My Pad

An Affordable Housing Victory: High-End San Francisco Development Implodes

Property Investors Buying, Evicting & Profiting Banks Displacing People

Landlords Behaving Badly: San Francisco Too Valuable for Poor People*

SF Nursing Home Calls Cops on Union

San Francisco Immigrants Mourn and Organize

The New Colonialism

Why Police Kill So Often

The Fight for $15 & a Union

Five Years In – How’s the Affordable Care Act Doing?

The Ghost of Mubarak Returns to Egypt

Frank Fried, Presente!

Let’s Make Black Lives Matter in 2015

“Why Did Police Kill Our Son?”

Rosie the Riveter Doesn’t Do Red Carpets

Boom & Bust in the City of Gold

Radical Ideas for Radical Times

The AFL-CIO Should Be in Ferguson

Nation’s Top Minimum Wage

The Best Contract in the Nation?

Living Poor in San Francisco

Why a New President Will Not Stabilize Egypt

Healthcare Costs Go Viral

Boeing Workers Take a Stand & Take the Heat

Does Organized Labor Have a Future?

Understanding Egypt Today

Longshore Union Got a Raw Deal from the AFL-CIO

The Generals’ Second Act

Jay Z & Belafonte

I May Be White, But I’m Not Stupid

Turning Up the Heat in Egypt

Even in Bankruptcy, Airlines Cash In

Different Seasons of the Arab Spring

Hilton Hotels Look Back to the Future

California Health Workers Get a Second Chance

Why Egypt’s Revolution is So Different

Egypt Aflame Over Protests

Yoga and the Picket Line

Understanding Egypt in Year Three

Wealth and Health

Big Profits and More Concessions

Is It Our Fault We Get Sick?

Rust Belt Resistance

Military Orchestrates Egypt’s Presidential Elections