Labor and Climate Change Solutions
Sunday April 25: 6 PM EDT
In the past few years, the gravity of the climate crisis has become ever more clear even as policymakers and corporations refuse to act. At the grassroots level, labor has become increasingly active in finding a solution, but much remains to be done. What are local union activists doing to build a more sustainable workplace and world, and how can rising union activism connect with the global struggle to stop catastrophic climate change?
National Educators Call: Assessing and Building Power in the Pandemic and Beyond
Tuesday April 27: 8 PM EDT
What have we learned? What are our next struggles? Join preK-12 educators from across the country to identify the struggles ahead and discuss how to use lessons learned from the pandemic going forward.
How to Defend Your Co-workers in Disciplinary Meetings
Thursday April 29: 6 PM EDT
Stewards are the backbone of every union, defending their co-workers when they are needed most. In this workshop we will review how stewards can use their special rights and protections to effectively advocate for their coworkers in investigatory interviews. We will also discuss how to handle supervisors who are trying to put you off or trip you up.
Read more and register HERE.
$20 for the whole month. Includes access to all workshops until limits are filled.
- Also available: registration plus 50% off a one-year subscription to Labor Notes magazine: $35!
- Reduced registrations at $10 are available for those who need. No one will be turned away for lack of funds.
For more information contact Barbara Madeloni at firstname.lastname@example.org.