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AFL-CIO
09/17/2020

AFL-CIO

💪🏿💪🏾💪🏽💪🏼💪🏻
09/04/2020

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WNY Labor Today
09/04/2020

WNY Labor Today

Do we ever... Now, more than ever...

Hmmm...🙄
08/31/2020

Hmmm...🙄

New York State AFL-CIO
08/25/2020

New York State AFL-CIO

“Only a fool would try to deprive working men and women of their right to join the union of their choice.” -President Dwight Eisenhower, 1959

“Unions are subverting our republic.” -Rebecca Friedrichs, one of the speakers at the #RNCConvention2020 last night. 👀

AFL-CIO
08/25/2020

AFL-CIO

“Only a fool would try to deprive working men and women of their right to join the union of their choice.” -President Dwight Eisenhower, 1959

“Unions are subverting our republic.” -Rebecca Friedrichs, one of the speakers at the #RNCConvention2020 tonight. 👀

Teamsters
08/11/2020

Teamsters

The only "Boss" worth listening to ...

Workers at Philadelphia Museum of Art Vote to Join Union
08/07/2020
Workers at Philadelphia Museum of Art Vote to Join Union

Workers at Philadelphia Museum of Art Vote to Join Union

The election came after months of debate over whether complaints over the workplace environment at the museum could be addressed through top-down reforms, instead of collective bargaining.

AFL-CIO
08/07/2020

AFL-CIO

AFL-CIO
07/16/2020

AFL-CIO

Brandon Weber
07/16/2020

Brandon Weber

(ae) Support the Unions!

AFL-CIO
07/04/2020

AFL-CIO

Wishing you and yours a safe Fourth of July.

AFL-CIO
07/02/2020

AFL-CIO

AFL-CIO
06/26/2020

AFL-CIO

Feminist News
06/15/2020

Feminist News

05/29/2020
Vote YES for School and Students

Make sure to vote yes on your school budget - it’s the kids’ future on the line!

Vote YES to fund our schools and support pro-education school board candidates! You already have or will soon receive your ACTUAL absentee ballot for school ...

A Mighty Girl
05/21/2020

A Mighty Girl

Clara Barton held the first official meeting of the American Red Cross in her Washington, DC apartment on this day in 1881. Over the past 139 years, the pioneering nurse's organization has grown to become the largest humanitarian organization providing emergency assistance and disaster relief in the United States.

Born in 1821, Clara Barton became a teacher at the age of 15 and worked in the U.S. Patent Office as a clerk in her 30s. With the outbreak of the U.S. Civil War in 1861, however, Barton knew that her help was needed and she quickly became involved by providing supplies and support to wounded soldiers. Before long, she was aiding soldiers in combat, which earned her the nickname “the angel of the battlefield”. Toward the end of the war, Barton was instrumental in establishing a way to reunite missing men with their families, foreshadowing what is still today one of the Red Cross’ most valuable services.

Following the Civil War, she traveled to Europe and continued her work by assisting with the preparation of military hospitals during the Franco-Prussian War. Barton was inspired by the work of the International Committee of the Red Cross in Geneva, to form the American Association of the Red Cross. She served as the organization's president until 1904. In addition to her tireless work for wounded and needy soldiers, Barton was active in many other pursuits, including women’s suffrage, civil rights, education, and prison reform.

To introduce children to Clara Barton's remarkable career, we recommend the early chapter book "Brave Clara Barton" for ages 5 to 7 (https://www.amightygirl.com/brave-clara-barton) and the illustrated biography "Who Was Clara Barton?" for ages 8 to 12 (https://www.amightygirl.com/who-was-clara-barton)

She is also featured among the 21 pioneering female doctors in “Bold Women of Medicine" for teen and adult readers at https://www.amightygirl.com/bold-women-of-medicine

For adults who would like to learn more about her life and legacy, check out "Woman of Valor: Clara Barton and the Civil War" at http://amzn.to/1TNMCHY

If your Mighty Girl wants to imagine herself as a nurse or doctor saving the day, we've showcased our top picks of children's books about pioneering female medical professionals, toys, science kits, and clothing in our blog post, "Medical Heroes" at https://www.amightygirl.com/blog?p=29667

AFL-CIO
05/08/2020

AFL-CIO

NYSUT Action Center - The MAC
05/06/2020

NYSUT Action Center - The MAC

May 6 - 12 is National Nurses Week! Please SHARE our poster to help us recognize the valiant efforts and considerable sacrifices of all those who have dedicated their lives to keeping us healthy and fit and safe! #HeathCareHeroes

AFL-CIO
05/05/2020

AFL-CIO

Today is Building Service worker appreciation day! Thank you to all the service workers for keeping our buildings clean and secure #EssentialWorkers #UnionStrong

NYSUT Action Center - The MAC
04/20/2020

NYSUT Action Center - The MAC

Pride at Work
04/13/2020

Pride at Work

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‘We Will Emerge Stronger Because of Your Heroic Work’
04/08/2020
‘We Will Emerge Stronger Because of Your Heroic Work’

‘We Will Emerge Stronger Because of Your Heroic Work’

During a tele-town hall on Saturday, AFSCME President Lee Saunders thanked members for doing heroic work during this pandemic and told them how AFSCME has their backs.

Valley Central School District
04/06/2020

Valley Central School District

Thank you to all the food service workers and volunteers who have been making sure our district is fed!
Meals (Breakfast/Lunch) continue this week: Monday through Thursday- Thursday's meal will be double packed with meals for Friday included.
9:45-10:15: Sleepy Hollow Trailer Park
10:30- Noon: ALC at Maybrook, EC, Walden and the Middle School
Be well, stay safe!

New York State AFL-CIO
04/06/2020

New York State AFL-CIO

Stay Safe. Stay #UnionStrong.

COVID-19 informational resources for workers can be found at nysaflcio.org/covid19

Wisconsin State AFL-CIO
03/28/2020

Wisconsin State AFL-CIO

And lots of other working people who kept the lights on, mail coming, drove deliveries across the nation, manufactured needed goods and products etc.

AFSCME
03/20/2020

AFSCME

In our schools, our hospitals and our neighborhoods, public service workers are stepping up to keep our communities safe and healthy. They deserve our respect and gratitude.

New York State AFL-CIO
03/19/2020

New York State AFL-CIO

💪🏾#UnionStrong

H/t 1199SEIU United Healthcare Workers East

AFSCME
03/18/2020

AFSCME

Front-line public service workers are working to keep our families safe. They can't afford any more delay. Call your senator at 1-888-851-1916 and tell them to pass the Families First Coronavirus Response Act. #coronavirus #COVID19

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