Pride At Work represents LGBTQ union members and their allies. We organize mutual support between the organized Labor Movement and the LGBTQ Community to further social and economic justice.
All working people deserve good jobs and the power to determine their wages and working conditions. Here are some of the ways working people are uniting to make an economy that works for us all.
Union contracts can prevent discrimination and lead to stability for LGBTQ working people.
The right to negotiate a union contract has brought countless working people better wages and benefits. For LGBTQ working people, a union contract can be even more important.
Religious freedom is such a fundamental American liberty that it is guaranteed in the First Amendment. Sadly, throughout history, some have tried to use it to justify discrimination.
For Immediate Release Media Contact: Jerame Davis - firstname.lastname@example.org Pride at Work Mourns the Loss of Justice...
We couldn't hold our annual Celebrating Solidarity Awards Reception in June due to COVID-19, but we're not not to let...
The first Pride was a riot. In fact, between 1959 and 1969, the year the Stonewall Uprising took place, more than 20 ...
Union members work together to negotiate and enforce a contract with management that guarantees the things you care about like decent raises, affordable health care, job security, and a stable schedule.
Check out our Union Guide to Discussing LGBTQ People and Issues to learn about LGBTQ working people and workplace issues as well as basic terminology, economic data, and more.