On Saturday, February 24, working people across the country will gather to stand up for our right to form a union and to fight for a better quality of life for ourselves and for our families. We’ll also be honoring the long history of labor rights activists and civil rights activists coming together to strengthen our communities.
Next Monday, the Supreme Court will hear a case called Janus vs. AFSCME, which could limit the ability of unions to negotiate on our behalf and improve our communities. This weekend we’ll make our voices heard to show our strength when we come together.
Join us in Detroit this Saturday to make your voice and help unrig the system! If you’re not able to make it to Detroit, find the event nearest to you and join us there.
Labor and Civil Rights: The Tie That Binds
Saturday, February 24
10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Northwest Activities Center
18100 Meyers Road
Detroit, MI 48235
AFSCME Council 25 | AFT Michigan | Coalition of Black Trade Unionists – Detroit Chapter | Coalition of Labor Union Women – Detroit Chapter | Detroit Association of Educational Office Employees | Detroit Federation of Paraprofessionals | Detroit Federation of Teachers | Michigan Education Association | Michigan AFL-CIO | Metro Detroit AFL-CIO | Mothering Justice
and a growing list of others
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