Happy Labor Day 2023!

September 4, 2023|

Dear Brothers and Sisters: On behalf of the International Union I want to wish each and every member a special thanks this Labor Day. Labor [...]


Hispanic workers are more likely to die from falls compared to non-hispanic workers. Promote equitable working conditions for Hispanic workers by providing fall protection training and resources in Spanish, found here: #roofersafety365

The journey towards true equality is far from over, but together, we can build a future rooted in justice, unity, and opportunity for all. #Juneteenth

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Hey Twin Cities! Spend an awesome day shooting clays with your union brothers and sisters at our 14th Annual Roofers Sporting Clays Shoot. Every year we host this event to raise $ and awareness for our friends at @UnionSportsmen. Help us set a new record! ... See MoreSee Less
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AFL-CIO Unanimously Endorses Kamala Harris for PresidentWASHINGTON—Following a vote of its Executive Council, which represents 60 unions and 12.5 million workers, today the AFL-CIO unanimously endorsed Vice President Kamala Harris for president in the 2024 election.“From day one, Vice President Kamala Harris has been a true partner in leading the most pro-labor administration in history,” said AFL-CIO President Liz Shuler. “At every step in her distinguished career in public office, she’s proven herself a principled and tenacious fighter for working people and a visionary leader we can count on. From taking on Wall Street and corporate greed to leading efforts to expand affordable child care and support vulnerable workers, she’s shown time and again that she’s on our side. With Kamala Harris in the White House, together we’ll continue to build on the powerful legacy of the Biden-Harris administration to create good union jobs, grow the labor movement and make our economy work for all of us.”As vice president, Harris: • Played a critical role in rebuilding our crumbling infrastructure, investing in good-paying union jobs, bringing manufacturing back to America, lowering prescription drug costs and raising wages• Saved the pensions of more than 1 million union workers and retirees• Led the administration’s efforts to increase access to affordable child care and expand the child tax credit• Championed worker organizing and chaired the White House Task Force on Worker Organizing and Empowerment, where she championed for new worker organizing and training to create pathways to good union jobs• Stood with striking writersOther highlights of Harris’ record in support of workers include the following:• As a U.S. senator, she fought to expand labor protections and fair wages for agricultural and domestic workers and walked the picket line with International Union, United Automobile, Aerospace and Agricultural Implement Workers of America (UAW) workers. She was a vigorous advocate for workers’ freedom to form or join a union, including strongly supporting the Protecting the Right to Organize (PRO) Act to reform broken labor legislation that stacks the deck against workers. • As attorney general of California, she cracked down on corporate greed, took on the big banks after the 2008 financial crisis to deliver relief for struggling homeowners and protected the most vulnerable workers by tackling wage theft and other corporate crimes.“The AFL-CIO is proud of our early and steadfast support for the Biden-Harris administration, and now we’ll ratchet up our mass mobilization of union workers to elect Vice President Harris as president,” Shuler continued. “Like Harris, the labor movement doesn’t back down—and we’ll never shy away from a tough fight when the future of workers and unions is on the line. Together, we will defeat Donald Trump, J.D. Vance and their devastating anti-worker Project 2025 agenda in November.” ... See MoreSee Less
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