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Reflections on a Love Warrior for Justice: Memories of Tom Barbera by SEIU President, Mary Kay Henry

Reflections on a Love Warrior for Justice: Memories of Tom Barbera by SEIU President, Mary Kay Henry Tom Barbera was a love warrior for justice and a dedicated activist who dealt with real issues impacting the lives of working men and women at SEIU Local 509 in Massachusetts. There was no job too small or too big that he wasn’t willing to tackle. I loved his wicked sense of humor and his insistence on what was fair and just. Tom had a strong belief in equality and the right of people to love who they love without…

Remembering Tom Barbera

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Remembering Tom Barbera window.yepnope || document.write('< \/script>'); Tom BarberaDecember 28, 1957 — December 23, 2015Testimonial from Harneen Chernow December 23, 2015 saw the untimely passing of Tom Barbera, a long-time labor and gay rights activist in the greater Boston area.  Never one to hold back his opinion or commitment to fighting injustice in every form, Tom’s passionate voice entered many political campaigns and debates in the 1980s, 90s and 2000s. Tom was born in Atlantic City NJ to a solidly working class family…

P@W Stands with Michael Brown’s Family

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Four days ago, a young African-American man was shot and killed in a confrontation with police in Ferguson, MO. His name was Michael Brown and he was only days away from beginning his first year in college. The details are murky and the police still haven’t released the name of the officer who shot Brown, but one thing is abundantly clear: another unarmed, young black man has died at the barrel of a gun. Please read the joint letter, penned…