May 1st is International Workers Day (aka May Day), and the marine terminals in Oakland will be closed.  The International Longshore & Warehouse Union (ILWU) take this day to recognize social injustice.

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The City of Oakland and the A’s talk a big game about job creation.  Are the temporary construction jobs and the part-time concession jobs really the same thing as the 84,000 family-wage, full-time, permanent jobs that port activity creates and supports? That is a rhetorical question.  Of the course the answer is NO.

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