Pride at Work Congratulates Newly Elected AFL-CIO Leadership

i Aug 20th Comments Disabled by

WASHINGTON – Today, the AFL-CIO Executive Council elected AFL-CIO Secretary-Treasurer Liz Shuler as their new president after the passing of former president Richard Trumka. United Steel Workers Vice President, Fred Redmond, was elected to replace Shuler as Secretary-Treasurer. Shuler is the first woman to be elected president of the AFL-CIO […]

Pride at Work Mourns the Passing of AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka

i Aug 5th Comments Disabled by

Pride at Work Mourns the Passing of AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka Pride at Work is saddened to hear the news of the passing of AFL-CIO President Richard L. Trumka. President Trumka dedicated his life to fighting for working people across the country and around the world.  He was an ally […]

Pride at Work remembers former AFL-CIO president, John Sweeney

i Feb 5th Comments Disabled by

Pride at Work founder and president emeritus, Nancy Wohlforth, looks back on the life and legacy of former AFL-CIO president, John Sweeney, and his lasting impact on LGBTQ working people: “I know I speak for all of Pride at Work when I say we are truly saddened to learn of […]

Labor Statements on the Attack in Orlando

Here are the latest statements by Labor organizations and Unions. This list will be updated as more are released. AFL-CIO Florida AFL-CIO SEIU Florida Central Florida AFL- CIO IAFF AFT (AFSCME) Lee Saunders Machinists Union (IAMAW) SEIU AFA-CWA IATSE APALA NEA TWU CWA NYSUT UNITE HERE CBTU LCLAA AFGE ATU […]

Labor Responds to Indiana’s RFRA Law

i Apr 12th Comments Disabled by

Indiana’s so-called Religious Freedom Restoration Act law has generated a mountain of backlash across the country. The intent of this law is clear – it is a mean-spirited attempt to give cover to those who discriminate against LGBT people. Organized labor has fought against this type of blatant discrimination for […]