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Raise Your Voice with Labor!

Gene Lantz, Digital Organizing Committee
27 Aug, 2021
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Our new National AFL-CIO President, Liz Shuler, told union leaders on August 26, “Labor Day is the day that we raise our voices!”



The united labor movement in Dallas will do our part at our virtual Labor Day Breakfast. Contact Mariah at For individual or group tickets, we may use the convenient donation button.

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It was a fitting time for the first-ever female president, because it was also Women’s Equality Day. Shuler went over the great challenges and opportunities before our labor movement. She expressed high hopes for national legislation on budget reconciliation, infrastructure, voting rights, and the right to organize. Shuler said, “This is our chance. This is our moment! We are going to meet this as one unified federation.”

Texas Voting Rights Fight Continues

Texans are fighting for our freedoms right down to the wire. Newspersons are predicting that the worst anti-voter legislation in America will be sealed and signed by early next week. Over the past months, labor and other progressive organizations have succeeded in exposing anti-voter legislation for what it is; consequently, its perpetrators will face coming elections unshielded.

Lewis Fulbright of Dallas AFL-CIO, the Texas Alliance for Retired Americans and others will speak out for a strong progressive movement on Saturday, August 28, at 2 PM at 1909 Woodall-Rogers in Dallas. Participants are asked to be masked and socially distanced.

Union Veterans Stick Together


William Attig, leader of the AFL-CIO’s veterans’ program, has announced special resources because of the tragedies overseas.


Aug 28, 2P: SPEAK OUT FOR VOTING RIGHTS  at 1909 Woodall Rodgers Fwy, Dallas, Contact Judy Bryant  214-729-0063

Aug 28: Celebrate Dr Martin Luther King Jr's “I Have a Dream” speech, 1963

Aug 30 & next 4 Mondays: Moral Mondays will hold public rallies. Contact Poor People’s Campaign

Sep 2, 7P: College of Complexes ZOOM free speech forum with labor speaker Gene Lantz Contact Tom Berry  214) 738-3386 

Sep 5, 10A: Pathways UU church service with labor speaker Gene Lantz. Contact Mary McMahon 

Sep 6, 8:30A: Dallas Virtual Labor Day Breakfast. Contact Mariah

Sep 6, 11A: Dallas Democrats Labor Day Picnic at Ernie Roberts Park, 515 Pleasant Run Road, Desoto, TX, 75115 

Sep 6, 1P: Tarrant County Splash Dayz celebration at water park, 405 N Las Vegas TR, White Settlement, 76108. 

Sep 20: Expected expiration of American Postal Workers Union contract

Sep 28: National Voter Registration Day