Port Workers


The working conditions of Long Beach and Los Angeles port truck drivers and warehouse workers present a huge justice issue. Unconscionably, most ports truck drivers are misclassified as “independent contractors," which excludes them basic legal protections, imposes serious financial constraints, and cheats the government out of payroll taxes. Trucking companies commit wage theft by unfairly deducting job expenses from drivers' paychecks and denying thousands of misclassified drivers from workers' compensation, unemployment insurance, health insurance, disability insurance, minimum wage protections, and lunch and rest breaks. CLUE leaders have joined drivers in a number of large-scale, port-wide strikes that includes picket lines at company truck yards, consumer warehouses and distribution centers, and marine terminals.  


Get Involved

  • Contact Grecia Lopez-Reyes at greyes@cluejustice.org to find out how you can contribute your time and energy to support Long Beach Ports workers.
  • Join our Campaign Committee — If you're a clergy member or lay leader in the Long Beach area, help create sustainable change by joining our regional committee! (Contact Grecia)
  • DONATE to empower us to continue supporting Long Beach ports workers.

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