The Milwaukee Labor Press
The need to speak honestly to Milwaukee's working families has never been greater. Such news, features, commentary and important information on issues and events are the central function of the AFL-CIO Milwaukee Labor Press, a staple in the community even before the Milwaukee County Labor Council was formed.
Now, with color photos and recognition of the expanded concerns of Milwaukee workers, it is the second largest home-delivered newspaper in the state, with a monthly circulation of 55,000. It accepts retail advertising plus special informational ads from locals and unions for themed editions.
The Milwaukee Labor Press will continue to be a benefit to members of the MCLC, using databases of addresses provided by unions and locals. It is also distributed at City Hall and some educational institutions.
Dominique Paul Noth, Editor
Milwaukee Labor Press
Communications Director, MCLC
Letters to the Editor policy
The Milwaukee Labor Press welcomes letters to the editor commenting on stories featured in the print or web publication or on issues related to the Milwaukee labor movement and the relevant problems of working problems. We do not guarantee that your letter will be printed and we cannot return any submissions. Please keep your letter below 350 words. The Labor Press reserves the right to edit for grammar and space. Please include your name, address, daytime phone number and union affiliation. The Labor Press will not print unsigned letters.
Please address letters to the editor to:
AFL-CIO Milwaukee Labor Press
633 S. Hawley Road
Milwaukee, WI 53214
You can also email your letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.