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The April 4th, 1968 Assassination of Dr. M L KING Jr. A Turning Point in African- American & Labor History CITY OF MEMPHIS BLACK MUNICIPAL WORKERS START STRIKE FEB. 11, 1968 ! Some 1,300 sanitation workers begin what is to become a 64-day strike in Memphis, ultimately winning union recognition and wage increases. The April […]

UE 150 Resolution Against Religious Discrimination at Workplace The following is a resolution in support of Muslims for Social Justice passed at UE150 Municipal Summit on April 1, 2017 UE150 is resolved that whenever any of our Muslim sisters and brothers or any people of faith are practicing their faith in their workplace or community; […]

UE 150 Workers Meet NC Governor On Monday, March 20, a committee of nine (9) state, city and manufacturing employees from UE Local 150 met with Governor Cooper in a 90-minute, very productive meeting. A more full report will be coming out soon.

April 4: Still Fighting for the Dream Please check messages from Fight for $15 below  

N. Mayo Statement for A Day Without Immigrants Rally 2-16-17 Buenos dias, Bom dia, Bon Jour, shubh prabhaat, sabah alkyr, mholo, zaoshang hao, guten morgen, buongiorno, Good morning! My name is Nathanette Mayo and I bring you greetings from the activist, social justice, rank & file lead, great UE150 NC Public Service Workers Union! Activist, […]