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

Supporting Reproductive Justice and Bodily Autonomy

Pride At Work has repeatedly stated our unequivocal support of reproductive justice and bodily autonomy for women and all child bearing individuals.We are committed to a quality health care system that meets the needs of all of its citizens and affordable abortion care is an essential component of this health care system. Since about three … Read More

Supporting the PRO Act

Pride At Work is fundamentally a labor-based organization dedicated to furthering the rights of LGBTQ+ workers.We are unabashedly pro-worker, and therefore pro-union. History shows that increased unionization has the power to dramatically decrease economic inequality and build broadly shared prosperity.This is especially true for workers that are a part of the LGBTQ+ community. Making the … Read More

Banning abortion is just the beginning

The decision of the radical right-wing majority on the Supreme Court in Dobbs vs. Jackson, that denies the fundamental right of women to make their own healthcare decisions will go down as one of the worst decisions in the history of the court. With this decision, the extremists on the court have forfeited any remaining … Read More

Pride at Work Supports Gigi Sohn for FCC Commissioner

Gigi Sohn’s meaningful leadership, dedication, and contributions cannot be overstated. She has been instrumental in the success of many FCC proceedings, including on competition, open internet, modernization of the Lifeline program, and adoption of strong privacy rules for broadband providers. Throughout her career, she has been a champion of workers and consumers. Gigi Sohn has … Read More

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