Underneath the mask is President Edwards practicing social distancing, blowing her horn and echoeing through the crowd,  "Some Cuts Never Heal!  Fully Fund State Workers"

From our brothers and sisters of the American Postal Workers Union (APWU)................

Something to brighten your day, MUSIC!!  What a GREAT way to take your mind off of some of the unpleasures of the world.  Take a moment to enjoy some of the sounds of our brothers and sisters of th

Tri-County Committee on Political Education (COPE), a splinter group of the Metro Washington Council, AFL-CIO has adopted Maryland State and DC AFL-CIO Resolution #9, Workers Bill of Rights.  Details were circulated as follows...........................

Our brothers and sisters of the SAG AFTRA are demanding justice in policing, see the letter to House and Senate leaders and the list of entertainers and artists who have agreed to sign on.  See the full story here.

The featured AFL-CIO video highlights the thousands of working people across the country who joined together on June 17 in a national day of action for racial and economic justice.  Working people called for the Senate to pass the HEROES Act and for Congress to take actions to address structural racism.

    “The vast majority of DHS’s workforce are front-line, ‘essential’ employees who have been at their regular duty stations throughout the pandemic,” President Everette Kelley said in his prepared statement.

  See the full story here from our brothers and sisters of the Communications Workers of America, AFL-CIO.

For the last 27 years, the National Association of Letter Carriers has been proud to hold the Stamp Out Hunger food drive, the nation’s largest one day food drive, on the second Saturday in May.

A message from AFL-CIO President richard Trumka.............................

President Edwards joins 50 caravan at several state stops including the Annapolis City Dock where Ashley Watson, AFSCME Local 3167 presented the history of Annapolis slave trade and the importance of Juneteenth.