It is not too late to get Labor Day Breakfast advanced tickets for your family and friends. We will gather in the historic Longhorn Ballroom to learn labor's perspectives from one of the most dynamic leaders of one of the most dynamic unions in America, newly elected International President Claude Cummings of the Communications Workers of America.
We will be fraternizing with North Texas leaders of the striking Screen Actors Guild (SAG-AFTRA) and getting a message from the President of the National AFL-CIO, Liz Shuler. $35 individual tickets can be paid for by check to "Dallas AFL-CIO," 1408 N Washington#240, Dallas Texas 75204 or by using our Paypal account at
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It is not too late to get tickets, but the brochure had to go to the printers last week. According to the artist and organizer Jason Tomlinson, email@example.com, it is by far the largest brochure we have ever printed with 44 pages of labor supporters! Activists will want to keep this year's brochure because it is a virtual "Who's Who" of progressive Texas political leaders.
The Labor Day Breakfast is our focus, but North Texas activists are also reaching out to faith organizations and community groups. We already have a record number of speakers making presentations between now and the week after September 4. The AFL-CIO’s “Labor in the Pulpit” program asks us to talk about labor, even if only 3-5 minutes, in our church, mosque, or synagogue, let me know. Genelantz.firstname.lastname@example.org.
American labor is changing fast, and no one explains it better than our activists -- especially those from the Young Active Labor Leaders (YALL).
More Actions Coming Up
Aug 26, 5P: YALL social evening at The Billiard Den, 580 W Arapaho#136, Richardson
Aug 27, 2-4P: Remembrance of Chase Buie at Uptown Theater in downtown Grand Prairie. Contact UAW 848 972-264-2431
Aug 29: 26,000 American Professional Flight Attendants complete voting on a strike authorization
Aug 31, 6:30P: Gene Lantz speaks up for labor on-line. Join the meeting at https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88408440986
Sep 1: International Day of Trade Unions for Peace
Sep 3, 10A: Gene Lantz leads labor singalong at Unitarian Fellowship in Oak Cliff. Britni Cuington speaks for labor at on-line services
Sep 4, 10A: Tarrant County Central Labor Council — Labor Fest at “The Shack” Panther Island Pavilion, 395 Purcey St in Fort Worth
Sep 17: YALL leader Rosie Curts speaks for labor at Unitarian Fellowship in Hurst