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8/15/2005

LABOR DAY ACTIVISM

Source: AFL-CIO

Labor Day 2005 is just a few weeks away and union activists are readying for a week of online action and other mobilizations to fight assaults on working families and demand that the nation’s employers and decision makers “Reward Work and Respect Workers.”

During the Aug. 23–31 Labor Day 2005 Online Action Week, online activists will urge lawmakers, corporate executives and others to protect workers and taxpayers from getting stuck with the bill when employers shirk their health care responsibilities, oppose Social Security privatization and stop the Wal-Marting of good jobs.

Activists also will tell members of Congress to co-support the Employee Free Choice Act and will invite workers who don’t belong to AFL-CIO unions to join WORKING AMERICA, the AFL-CIO’s community affiliate.

In addition, union activists will team up with people of faith to talk about working family issues in congregations around the country during Labor in the Pulpit services over Labor Day weekend.

A downloadable Labor Day Toolkit—with fact sheets, action ideas, sample letters to the editor, a news release, clip art and more—is available at www.aflcio.org/laborday. Visit The Union Shop Online™ to order placards, banners and lapel stickers for your Labor Day events: www.aflcio.org/shop.

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