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Workshop with Mark McDermott
Sunday, April 27, 2014
1- 3pm
United Steel Worker Hall
Mount Vernon
" Making the American Dream Real for Everyone"
see poster [here] for more information

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Workers Memorial Day
Monday, April 28, 2014
Noon
Bellingham Library Lawn
Anne Feeney will preform during the Memorial
in rememberance of workers who have lost their lives in 2013.
for more information please contact:
Michele Stelovich, Secretary Treasurer - (425) 931-6522.

Anne Feeney and Evan Greer
will perform
Monday, April 28, 2014
7:30 pm

Union Hall
1700 N State Street
upstairs meeting hall.

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next NWWCLC Meeting
Wednesday
May 21, 2014
6pm

Union Hall
1700 N State Street
Upstairs meeting hall
Please bring a jar of peanut butter purchased from a union store.

NEW! - PHOTO GALLERY [view]
THE STAND
interactive news and opinion from Washington State that hasn’t gone through the corporate filter of the for-profit media
Bham FireFighters Support St Joe Nurses
[here]
OPEN LETTER TO WASHINGTON LEGISLATORS
(6/3/13) re: Raise Revenue and Protect Workers and Families

[here] OPEN LETTER TO WHATCOM COUNTY
(10/11/11) re: Gateway Pacific Terminal

 

 

MISSION STATEMENT

The Northwest Washington Central Labor Council, AFL-CIO, is the central body of labor organizations in Whatcom, Skagit and San Juan counties, Washington. We are affiliated with the National AFL-CIO, the central labor organization in the United States, representing more than 13 million working people. Over 21 organizations (see affiliates) belong to the Council, and several thousand working men and women belong to Council-affiliated organizations. United, we are a voice for the interests and needs of working people in Whatcom, Skagit and San Juan counties.

The core responsibilities of the Northwest Washington Central Labor Council are to:

assist workers and their unions in the struggle for social and economic justice
support efforts to organize and bargain fair contracts
lobby, endorse and involve working people in the political process
advocate and support laws that protect working people
unite with community allies who are also struggling for justice.

 

 
updated: APRIL 2014
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