Nov 24

AFSCME 3800 Stands with Our WALMART

What you’ve asked of Walmart is not only morally right and good, but also equitable and just. Your voices have been heard and your goals are the same as ours. We believe that Walmart and the Walton family must publicly commit to adopt the following standards:

• Improve Workers’ Lives

• Rebuild Communities 

• Respect Workers’ Rights 

• Elevate Global Living Standards 

We join you as you “Stand Up, Live Better.”

Nov 04
The Molly McGuires Trailer

Labor Movie Night: The Molly Maguires on Friday, November 21

The Molly Maguires was a secret society of militant coal miners who battled their exploitation by mine owners. Based on actual events, this story is an account of the Irish-American miners' struggle in the coal mines in Pennsylvania, 1876.

Aug 21

AFSCME 3800 Resolution on Michael Brown and Ferguson, Missouri

On August 9, 2014, Michael Brown, an unarmed black teenager was killed by white law enforcement in the St. Louis suburb of Ferguson, MO, leaving a family and community outraged and grief stricken

Jun 02

AFSCME Testifies at Regents Public Budget Hearing

AFSCME 3800 members joined students and faculty in speaking out for a quality affordable education, good paying jobs, and affordable healthcare at the Board of Regents Public Hearing on the Budget on May 9.

May 13

Personal Safety & Self-Defense Workshops

Simple “last-ditch” physical self-defense techniques will be presented, practical even for people who have little physical skill or ability. 

Friday, November 14, 6:00 - 8:00 pm , Recreation and Wellness Center, Multipurpose Room 5

Thursday, November 20, 6:00 - 8:00 pm , St. Paul Student Center Ballroom

May 13

Congrats to Our Stewards on Arbitration Win!

Congrats to Michele Rockne, med area steward, and Mary Snyder, Chief Steward, for their excellent work defending a coworker who was unjustly and discriminatorily fired. The arbitrator ruled in the worker’s favor, and our member returned to work last week!

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