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Save the Date: Celebrating Solidarity

Our annual Celebrating Solidarity reception will be extra special this year as we mark Pride at Work’s 30th anniversary. Join us in Washington, DC at the AFL-CIO headquarters for drinks and light food to celebrate 30 years of building LGBTQIA+ worker power. Save The Date – Celebrating Solidarity 6-8PM ET June 27, 2024 AFL-CIO 815 … Read More

March in Solidarity at Pride!

June is the time for LGBTQIA+ solidarity. Let’s continue to fight to make inclusive spaces where everyone can be themselves and share their passion for LGBTQIA+ worker power in our Unions, in our community, and in the halls of power – but let’s have fun while doing it! Join us as we parade through our … Read More

Trans Day of Visibility, March 31st, 2024

Today and every day we celebrate the remarkable achievements of our Trans siblings. It is inspiring to see their resilience and determination in the face of targeted attacks on them throughout the country. We still have a long way to go to guarantee equal rights for Trans and LGBTQIA+ individuals. Rather than simply fighting to … Read More

Justice for Nex Benedict

Nex Benedict should be alive. While Nex Benedict’s autopsy concluded that he died by suicide, the Oklahoma Superintendent of Public Instruction Ryan Walters, Republican lawmakers in Oklahoma and nationwide, and religious extremists all have blood on their hands. Nex Benedict, a 16-year-old student in Owasso, OK and citizen of the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma, who … Read More

More LGBTQ+ Representation in Government

Pride at Work members belong to a variety of labor unions and organizations, each with different approaches to political action and endorsements. Nevertheless, we each know all too well the discrimination that LGBTQ+ individuals both in the workplace and in society as a whole. We also understand that government can help to either perpetuate or … Read More

Supporting AFA’s Delta Organizing

Whereas Pride at Work recognizes the vital importance of organizing the unorganized; and Whereas Pride at Work’s growth as an organization is linked to its developing a national campaign to boost its visibility among working people; and Whereas Pride at Work already has chapters in many large urban centers that have a high density of … Read More

Support the Starbucks Workers National Organizing Drive

Organized Labor has rarely, if ever, witnessed a rank and file led national organizing drive such as the current effort of thousands of Starbucks workers, mostly youth-led, and affiliated with Workers United/SEIU and UNITE-HERE. Joint Boards. It would be tempting to support this union drive merely because there are so many LGBTQ+ workers at Starbucks. … Read More

LGBTQ+ Labor for Climate Justice

The climate crisis is an existential threat to all people that requires immediate action at a scale as massive as the emergency we’re up against, and we have a responsibility to play an active part in that fight as labor organizers, and as an LGBTQ+ community that faces disproportionate levels of harm. The science has … Read More

Supporting Amazon Organizing Efforts

Amazon currently has over a million employees in the United States, which means that 1 out of every 153 working people is employed at Amazon.This number does not even include the ever-growing number of workers who are technically employed by outside staffing firms, but in reality do the exact same work alongside the workers who … Read More

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