Dallas Labor Will Rally In Fort Worth

Dallas labor will join the Tarrant County AFL-CIO and the state federation in a rally at 2 PM Thursday at the Walmart store, 7451 McCart Ave. Fort Worth, TX 76133. Get details and sign up on the Facebook event. Over 100 have already signed up to come, including Montserrat Garibay, Secretary Treasurer of the Texas AFL-CIO.

The AFL-CIO has been assisting the Bakery, Confectionary, Tobacco Workers and Grain Millers Union (BCTGM) in waging a campaign against Mondelez (the parent company to Nabisco) on their policy of outsourcing U.S. based, union-made products (Oreo, Chips Ahoy, Ritz) to Mexico where they reportedly pay workers about $1 per hour. Mondelez is feeling the pressure and has recently announced it was replacing its CEO on November 1.
As part of escalating pressure on the company and raising awareness about their outsourcing policies, Thursday, November 16th has been designated the Big Box Store National Day of Action.  Please Join Us. 

More Details on the Campagin: http://www.fightforamericanjobs.org/

Rally against outsourcing jobs

Candidates for 2018 Elections Need to Check In

Candidates are being officially nominated and holding campaign launch events all over Dallas. All candidates who are seeking the endorsement of the Dallas AFL-CIO will need to complete our questionnaire and schedule an interview.

Our screening committee with be conducting Candidate Interviews on Saturday, December 16, 2017. Candidates are asked to please email our Political Director, Lorraine Montemayor-  LMontemayor.dallasaflcio@gmail.com with any questions.

More Election Action You Won't Want to Miss

The Dallas AFL-CIO in partnership with the Commish Radio Show Ed Gray are sponsoring this Saturday’s open form with the Democratic Party Chair Candidates that promises to be an election event you won’t want to miss.

Activists have a chance to boost the all-important election turnout by signing up to be precinct chairs. The deadline is December 11. Our retirees have posted much more information.

Dallas Council Meets Thursday

The whirlwind of labor activities and elections will continue to energize the Dallas AFL-CIO's regular third-Thursday meeting for all affiliated members. 7:30 PM November 16 at 1408 N Washington. It is the very center of the progressive movement.

More Actions Coming Up

Nov 16, 2-4P: Rally with Tarrant County AFL-CIO at Walmart 7451 McCart Ave. Fort Worth, TX 76133

Nov 16, 7:30P: Dallas Central Labor Council meeting for all affiliated members at 1408 N Washington.

Nov 18, 9A-4P: “Secrets of a Successful Organizer” training at 1111 Empire Central Pl, Dallas 75247 Contact Ryan Haney Rhaney777@gmail.com 214-675-4411

Nov 17, 9:30A-1P: Congressman Veasey’s workshops and job fair at Tarrant County College-South Campus Gymnasium, 5301 Campus Drive, Fort Worth, TX 76119. Registration is encouraged

Nov 18, 3P: “The Commish” talk show broadcasts live from 1408 N Washington with three candidates for Dallas County Democratic Party Chair. Co-sponosored by Dallas AFL-CIO

Nov 19, 3P: Rally in solidarity with NFL players who “take the knee” for justice. At Friendship-West Baptist Church. 2020 W Wheatland Rd, Dallas, Texas 75232. Afterward, buses will take demonstrators outside the Cowboys game.

Dec 2, 11A-2P: Education to “Take on Wall Street to Stop Runaway Inequality.” Sign up with Herb Keener Hwkjr54@sbcglobal.net at 214-543-3078

Dec 11: Filing deadline for candidates and precinct chairs in 2018 elections

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