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Leslie Cotton met Secretary Walsh during a trip to Oregon. We asked her to share her experience as a woman in the plumbing trade.
Meet some of the essential workers we’ve assisted in the past year:
On National Day of Remembrance for Nuclear Energy Workers, we thank these workers and their families for the role they played in ensuring the security we enjoy today and remember those we've lost.
We asked AFL-CIO member Anders Bloomquist to share his experience with organizing and how his union has supported him.
Salvador Herrera, a member of the International Union of Painters and Allied Trades, shares his experience with organizing and how their union has supported them.
Daniella Pierre shares how Job Corps supported her in earning a degree and finding a meaningful career path.
Trade agreements only work when we place workers’ rights at the center. That was something I heard loud and clear from the Labor Advisory Committee.
Oct. 21 marks Latina Women’s Equal Pay Day, a symbolic representation of the number of additional days Latina women must work to earn what white, non-Hispanic men earned the year before.
Emily Lambert is an early childhood educator/caregiver at the On Purpose Academy Mentoring and Learning Center in Dayton, Ohio. We asked Emily to share her experience as a caregiver and her perspective on what investments are needed to support caregivers.
Chloe Morgan is a single mother of four boys, two of whom have special needs from Dayton, Ohio. We asked her to share why she believes affordable child care is essential.