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We promised to share the details when arrangements were made for our union sister Maryann Melcer Galiano and the wife of our union brother Rick Galiano.
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First, let us thank every student who applied for our scholarships and all of our judges who reviewed the essays and helped determine our winners.

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Working people are desperate for our leaders to put partisanship aside and do what is right for our health, our economy and our country. Tell your Senator to support the HEROES Act (H.R. 6800) and provide the relief working families need.

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This month’s historic Supreme Court ruling that LGBTQ employees are protected in the workplace by the Civil Rights Act of 1964 was another step forward in the march for equality. While there is much to celebrate, this ruling comes as our nation is suffering from centuries-old systemic racism and grieving its latest victims. George Floyd and Breonna Taylor were killed by police officers. Twenty-five-year-old Ahmaud Arbery was gunned down on a run by two white men. We need to say their names, know their stories, and recognize why they were deprived of a full life.

America is suffering under the crushing weight of three crises, which are a public health pandemic, an economic free fall, and structural racism. They are knotted together in that untangling one depends on how we untangle the others. For instance, structural racism is deeply ingrained in the share of black workers unemployed and dying from the coronavirus. Today, thousands of working people across the country will join together in a national day of action called the Workers First Caravan for Racial and Economic Justice.

This video was created from the NWPA ALF FLAG DAY ZOOM webinar. We had so many technical difficulties due to the fact we are from rural America and lack broadband internet service in our areas. With the help of Cable Access Media, we were able to input video clips the original participants, and viewers were not able to see or hear and took out many errors in the webinar.