Thank you for standing together with the Union movement. We appreciate each and every one of our members. Please fill out this quick online form to be entered into the AFSCME 2187 Member Appreciation Event 2022. 250 people will be randomly selected to win gifts. Good luck and happy holidays! #unionstrong
Local 2187 members do you have a college student looking for an internship this Winter break?
Send an e-mail below with their information:
- College attending
- Grade (Year)
- Interest in working for the City of Philadelphia
Please submit this info by: Nov. 25, 2022
It's time to show off your hard #Union work out on the frontlines! It is the members that make our #Union strong and we are proud of the work that our #Union family does every single day. Submit an AFSCME DC47 Member Spotlight candidate today!
Stronger unions mean higher wages, safer working conditions and dignity for all people who work. Passing the PRO Act will be our first step to getting there. Use this form to tell your U.S. senators: Vote “yes” on the PRO Act.
The Phila. School District can play an important role in promoting democracy by establishing a policy for voter education and non-partisan registration within high schools.
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Billionaires and corporate special interest groups are spending millions of dollars to launch attacks on your freedom to stand with your union.
If anyone has tried to convince you to drop your union, we want to know about it. Fill out the online form to tell us about any contact you've had from anti-union groups.
...black women in particular could be hurt by [Janus], as they are disproportionately represented in public sector jobs. They make up 17.7 percent of public-sector workers, or about 1.5 million workers.
Americans have always joined together—whether in parent teacher associations or local community organizations—to solve problems and make changes that improve their lives and their communities. Through unions, people join together to strive for improvements at the place where they spend a large portion of their waking hours: work...
As Labor Day approaches, we honor the labor leaders and working people throughout history who have fought for labor protections and a voice on the job. In 2017, unions continue...