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Subject Hiring Hall: Transit workers win Labor Organizing Award
Date December 7, 2022 10:48 AM
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Transit workers win Labor Organizing Award

Time running out to confirm DuBester at FLRA, say fed workers

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Transit workers win Labor Organizing Award

"Without organizations like DC Jobs with Justice, (ATU Local) 689 and the rest of these unions in this region wouldn't be able to do what we do," said ATU 689 president Raymond Jackson Monday night at DC Jobs with Justice's annual I'll Be There awards. "Where they're standing at now is where they always stand, right behind the workers," said Jackson. Local 689 received this year's Labor Organizing Award for their successful Hubbard Road strike. Presenting the award, MWC president Dyana Forester - who also chairs DCJWJ - called Local 689 "one of our fierce unions" whose members have repeatedly demonstrated their willingness to strike to win their demands. Other award-winners included the DC chapter of the National Domestic Workers Alliance - which won the Community Award - as well as Migrant Mutual Aid and Youth Award winner Luz Chavez.

- report/photos by Chris Garlock. Photos: ATU 689 (top left, bottom right); DC NDWA (top right); Migrant Mutual Aid (middle right); Luz Chavez (bottom left).

Time running out to confirm DuBester at FLRA, say fed workers

Area federal workers say urgent action is needed to confirm Ernest DuBester to the Federal Labor Relations Authority, saying it "will help to ensure a fully functioning and fair FLRA and thereby set an example for the rest of the country as to what fair and effective labor&#8208;management relationships can look like." President Biden nominated DuBester, who's served as a member since 2009 including two terms as Chair, to the FLRA more than a year ago, but he has yet to be confirmed. "If no action is taken by the end of the year, Mr. DuBester's FLRA appointment will expire resulting in a split FLRA, unable to function effectively for the foreseeable future," [link removed] notes the petition urging Senator Schumer to schedule a vote on the nomination before it expires at the end of the year.


Labor Quote: Elizabeth Falcon

"ATU Local 689 is proving over and over again that it's a losing proposition to privatize public good in DC and Virginia."

DC Jobs with Justice Executive Elizabeth Falcon, presenting the Labor Organizing Award Monday night to ATU Local 689 for their successful Hubbard Road strike earlier this year.

Today's Labor History

This week's Labor History Today podcast: [link removed] "Capital's Terrorists". Last week's show: [link removed] Pins & Needles' mass appeal.

Heywood Broun born in New York City. Journalist, columnist and co-founder, in 1933, of The Newspaper Guild - 1888

More than 1,600 protesters staged a national hunger march on Washington, D.C. to present demands for unemployment insurance - 1931

Delegates to the founding convention of the National Nurses United (NNU) in Phoenix, Ariz. unanimously endorse the creation of the largest union and professional organization of registered nurses in U.S. history. The 150,000-member union is the product of merger of three groups - 2009

David Prosten

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[link removed] Assistant Counsel, NTEU, based in Washington, DC (Posted: 12/1/2022) District of Columbia

Misc

[link removed] National Representative I-IV - Organization & Field Services Department, AFT National Representatives work throughout the country (Posted: 12/1/2022)

[link removed] Development Coordinator - GiveGreen, LCV, based in Washington, DC (with travel) (Posted: 12/6/2022) District of Columbia
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[link removed] Field Representative - Airports Division - Washington, DC; Maryland & Virginia, SEIU 32BJ, based in Washington, DC (Posted: 12/1/2022) District of Columbia, Maryland, Virginia
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Organizing

[link removed] New Organizer, CIR/SEIU, this position may based anywhere in the United States (Posted: 12/1/2022)

[link removed] Lead New Organizer, CIR/SEIU, expected to work anywhere but must reside in: AZ, CA, CT, DC, FL, GA, ID, IL, MA, MI, NJ, NM, NY, OR, PA, RI, TX, VT, or WA (Posted: 12/1/2022)

[link removed] National Organizer, Pay Your Workers US Campaign, remote based anywhere in the United States (Posted: 12/2/2022)

[link removed] Lead Organizer - Multiple Campaigns, Multiple Locations, SEIU 32BJ, based in Washington, DC; Boston, MA; Charlotte, NC; NJ, NY, and PA (Posted: 12/1/2022)

[link removed] Organizer - Multiple Campaigns / Multiple Locations, SEIU 32BJ, based in Washington, DC; Boston, MA; Charlotte, NC; NJ; NY; and PA (Posted: 12/1/2022)
[link removed] Political Organizer, AFSCME Council 3, based in Maryland (Posted: 12/5/2022) Maryland

[link removed] Organizing Internship

Research
[link removed] Research Associate - International Program, CEPR, based in Washington, DC (remote) (Posted: 12/1/2022) District of Columbia

[link removed] Campaign Researcher, UFCW, may be based in Sacramento, CA; New Haven, CT; Washington, DC; or Seattle, WA (Posted: 12/1/2022)

[link removed] Research in Action Internship

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