From the Leadership
- May 20 Remembering AFSCME President Jerry Wurf on his 100th Birthday A fighter, firebrand and unyielding idealist, former AFSCME President Jerry Wurf not only led AFSCME through years of tremendous growth, but fought tirelessly for both economic and racial justice.
- May 09 Honoring the Everyday Heroes of Public Service We honor unsung, everyday heroes during Public Service Recognition Week.
- May 09 An Inspiration to All: Jackie Saunders AFSCME President Lee Saunders sits down with his mother to talk with her about her life as an organizer, activist and educator.
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- May 10 Union Moms: This is What We Teach Our Kids Talk about a great Mother’s Day gift. The children and grandchildren of AFSCME members realize the value of unions and appreciate their family’s union activism.
- Apr 02 To Close the Gender Pay Gap, First a Voice on the Job Today, April 2, is nationally known as Equal Pay Day for 2019. This date is symbolic because it represents how far into the year women must work to earn what men earned in the previous year.
- Feb 06 The Shutdown is Over. The Time to Act Has Just Begun. Here are three things you can do to make sure shutdowns don’t happen again.
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