Given all that has happened in 2020, the elections on both the state and federal level have taken on a greater urgency. We are facing a triple crises of the COVID-19 pandemic, economic inequality exacerbated by the pandemic and a long deferred need to genuinely address racial injustice in our country. The people we elect
Category: NH AFL-CIO
New Hampshire AFL-CIO Announces their Endorsements in the 2019 Municipal Elections Incumbent mayors Joyce Craig (Manchester) and Jim Donchess (Nashua) lead list of worker-friendly candidates. (Hooksett, NH – October 28th, 2019) Following a vote by the New Hampshire AFL-CIO’s Executive Council, Pres. Glenn Brackett has released a list of the NH AFL-CIO’s endorsed candidates in
We are proud to recognize the winners of this year’s NH AFL-CIO Linda Horan Scholarship Fund Awards Named in honor of our own labor warrior, the famous and never to be forgotten, LINDA HORAN CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR AWARD WINNERS! First Place – This award, for $1750, goes to Alysse Cleasby. Her father is a member
This year, in honor of Sister Linda Horan, the NH AFL-CIO will again award scholarship assistance. Members in good standing of an affiliated local union, their spouses, children, grandchildren, stepchildren, or legal wards are encouraged to apply. A minimum of three scholarships will be awarded; one for $1,500, one for $1,000 and one for $750.
The informational picketing at Manchester Airport is STILL ON tomorrow from 5am-10am. The announcement today was only a short term solution, and we need to make sure the federal government knows that it can not bargain with the lives and safety of hard working people. Please join us tomorrow morning, In Solidarity.
Brothers and Sisters, Members of the Professional Aviation Safety Specialists (PASS) will be picketing at the Manchester-Boston Regional Airport (MHT) this coming Saturday, January 26, 5:00 – 10:00 AM. These hardworking men and women have been working without pay over the government shutdown, doing the hard work of keeping air travel safe. Here are the details
Brothers and Sisters, I am passing along an invitation to a Faith and Labor partnership event. Your participation would be valuable. Many are honoring the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. who was assassinated while standing in solidarity with striking sanitation workers struggling to unionize through AFSCME. He personified Faith & Labor together. But today,
Brothers and Sisters, if you are a NH Federal employee and a member of the NH Federal Credit Union (NHFCU), they have a program to assist you during the government shutdown. Contact 224-7731 ext. 330 for more information. Please pass this along to any affected workers! In Solidarity.
It’s a fact: voters who make a vote plan are more likely to vote on Election Day. AFL-CIO has a new online tool to help you think it through. New Hampshire working families need your vote on November 6, so make your vote plan today, and then follow through!