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DUE Justice Coalition Regional Organizing Forum – Norwalk January 18, 2018 - 3:39pm

The DUE Justice Coalition is bringing together labor, faith, advocacy, and community organizations to build and advance a bold agenda for a Connecticut that works for everyone, not just the wealthy few.

Help us create a BOLD agenda for our state that includes:

DUE Justice Coalition Regional Organizing Forum – Milford January 18, 2018 - 3:37pm

The DUE Justice Coalition is bringing together labor, faith, advocacy, and community organizations to build and advance a bold agenda for a Connecticut that works for everyone, not just the wealthy few.

Help us create a BOLD agenda for our state that includes:

DUE Justice Coalition Regional Organizing Forum – New London January 18, 2018 - 3:35pm

The DUE Justice Coalition is bringing together labor, faith, advocacy, and community organizations to build and advance a bold agenda for a Connecticut that works for everyone, not just the wealthy few.

Help us create a BOLD agenda for our state that includes:

DUE Justice Coalition Regional Organizing Forum – Rocky Hill January 18, 2018 - 3:34pm

The DUE Justice Coalition is bringing together labor, faith, advocacy, and community organizations to build and advance a bold agenda for a Connecticut that works for everyone, not just the wealthy few.

Help us create a BOLD agenda for our state that includes:

The Eastern CT ALF Sponsors the 2018 Women's March January 19, 2018 - 8:43pm

The Eastern Connecticut Area Labor Federation is a proud partner of the 2018 Connecticut Women's March and will be taking part in the march on Saturday, January 20th at 12:30pm at the State Capitol Building in Hartford! #WMCT2018

Dallas Labor Walks in Unity January 18, 2018 - 1:18pm

At the Dallas MLK march, the AFL-CIO gathered union members, retirees, supporters, and endorsed candidates to make one of the largest and most diverse contingents ever.

Dallas AFL-CIO had a big and diverse MLK contingent

Let’s Rebuild the Middle Class by Rebuilding Our Infrastructure January 18, 2018 - 11:05am

The middle class has been on a steady slide for decades. Signs of this slide are all around us: anemic wage growth, historic income inequality, chronic unemployment and underemployment and, not coincidentally, the steady erosion of workers’ freedom to join unions and bargain for fair wages and benefits. At the same time, American households are facing rising costs that far outpace their stagnant wages.

Let’s Rebuild the Middle Class by Rebuilding Our Infrastructure January 18, 2018 - 11:05am

The middle class has been on a steady slide for decades. Signs of this slide are all around us: anemic wage growth, historic income inequality, chronic unemployment and underemployment and, not coincidentally, the steady erosion of workers’ freedom to join unions and bargain for fair wages and benefits. At the same time, American households are facing rising costs that far outpace their stagnant wages.

Let’s Rebuild the Middle Class by Rebuilding Our Infrastructure January 18, 2018 - 11:05am

The middle class has been on a steady slide for decades. Signs of this slide are all around us: anemic wage growth, historic income inequality, chronic unemployment and underemployment and, not coincidentally, the steady erosion of workers’ freedom to join unions and bargain for fair wages and benefits. At the same time, American households are facing rising costs that far outpace their stagnant wages.

Let’s Rebuild the Middle Class by Rebuilding Our Infrastructure January 18, 2018 - 11:05am

The middle class has been on a steady slide for decades. Signs of this slide are all around us: anemic wage growth, historic income inequality, chronic unemployment and underemployment and, not coincidentally, the steady erosion of workers’ freedom to join unions and bargain for fair wages and benefits. At the same time, American households are facing rising costs that far outpace their stagnant wages.

Let’s Rebuild the Middle Class by Rebuilding Our Infrastructure January 18, 2018 - 11:05am

The middle class has been on a steady slide for decades. Signs of this slide are all around us: anemic wage growth, historic income inequality, chronic unemployment and underemployment and, not coincidentally, the steady erosion of workers’ freedom to join unions and bargain for fair wages and benefits. At the same time, American households are facing rising costs that far outpace their stagnant wages.

Let’s Rebuild the Middle Class by Rebuilding Our Infrastructure January 18, 2018 - 11:05am

The middle class has been on a steady slide for decades. Signs of this slide are all around us: anemic wage growth, historic income inequality, chronic unemployment and underemployment and, not coincidentally, the steady erosion of workers’ freedom to join unions and bargain for fair wages and benefits. At the same time, American households are facing rising costs that far outpace their stagnant wages.

Let’s Rebuild the Middle Class by Rebuilding Our Infrastructure January 18, 2018 - 11:05am

The middle class has been on a steady slide for decades. Signs of this slide are all around us: anemic wage growth, historic income inequality, chronic unemployment and underemployment and, not coincidentally, the steady erosion of workers’ freedom to join unions and bargain for fair wages and benefits. At the same time, American households are facing rising costs that far outpace their stagnant wages.

Let’s Rebuild the Middle Class by Rebuilding Our Infrastructure January 18, 2018 - 11:05am

The middle class has been on a steady slide for decades. Signs of this slide are all around us: anemic wage growth, historic income inequality, chronic unemployment and underemployment and, not coincidentally, the steady erosion of workers’ freedom to join unions and bargain for fair wages and benefits. At the same time, American households are facing rising costs that far outpace their stagnant wages.

Let’s Rebuild the Middle Class by Rebuilding Our Infrastructure January 18, 2018 - 11:05am

The middle class has been on a steady slide for decades. Signs of this slide are all around us: anemic wage growth, historic income inequality, chronic unemployment and underemployment and, not coincidentally, the steady erosion of workers’ freedom to join unions and bargain for fair wages and benefits. At the same time, American households are facing rising costs that far outpace their stagnant wages.

Let’s Rebuild the Middle Class by Rebuilding Our Infrastructure January 18, 2018 - 11:05am

The middle class has been on a steady slide for decades. Signs of this slide are all around us: anemic wage growth, historic income inequality, chronic unemployment and underemployment and, not coincidentally, the steady erosion of workers’ freedom to join unions and bargain for fair wages and benefits. At the same time, American households are facing rising costs that far outpace their stagnant wages.

Let’s Rebuild the Middle Class by Rebuilding Our Infrastructure January 18, 2018 - 11:05am

The middle class has been on a steady slide for decades. Signs of this slide are all around us: anemic wage growth, historic income inequality, chronic unemployment and underemployment and, not coincidentally, the steady erosion of workers’ freedom to join unions and bargain for fair wages and benefits. At the same time, American households are facing rising costs that far outpace their stagnant wages.

Let’s Rebuild the Middle Class by Rebuilding Our Infrastructure January 18, 2018 - 11:05am

The middle class has been on a steady slide for decades. Signs of this slide are all around us: anemic wage growth, historic income inequality, chronic unemployment and underemployment and, not coincidentally, the steady erosion of workers’ freedom to join unions and bargain for fair wages and benefits. At the same time, American households are facing rising costs that far outpace their stagnant wages.

Let’s Rebuild the Middle Class by Rebuilding Our Infrastructure January 18, 2018 - 11:05am

The middle class has been on a steady slide for decades. Signs of this slide are all around us: anemic wage growth, historic income inequality, chronic unemployment and underemployment and, not coincidentally, the steady erosion of workers’ freedom to join unions and bargain for fair wages and benefits. At the same time, American households are facing rising costs that far outpace their stagnant wages.

Let’s Rebuild the Middle Class by Rebuilding Our Infrastructure January 18, 2018 - 11:05am

The middle class has been on a steady slide for decades. Signs of this slide are all around us: anemic wage growth, historic income inequality, chronic unemployment and underemployment and, not coincidentally, the steady erosion of workers’ freedom to join unions and bargain for fair wages and benefits. At the same time, American households are facing rising costs that far outpace their stagnant wages.