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The NWPA Area Labor Federation has started a project to help save union jobs in our area and raise funds for our scholarships. It is not often that we have the opportunity and a viable plan to help save union jobs. We are working with both the union and the company on this endeavor.
"Please support the NWPA ALF “Solidarity Glass Block Bank Project”. The plan is to do small runs to help augment the orders we have and keep our members working. Solidarity is important, together we can do it. We are the only glass block manufacturer in the U.S.A.. Thanks for the Solidarity! ”, Tim Gotshall, Cor. Sec., USW 1019.
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Good from Bad Water
Union members have been helping out Flint, Michigan, residents during its water crisis. Read the full article>>>
We as union members like to patronize union businesses and utilize the services our union brothers and sisters offer. Reading the union newspaper and having them produce our products are made easier if you know who they are.We researched fhem...
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The Beaver-Lawrence Central Labor Council has developed a newsletter "Union Bug" to help keep their members informed. Issues are availble for your review... Read more >>>
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This information came from Don Siegel of IBEW, which he recently sent to his members, I have taken the liberty to edit it to be more inclusive to the entire labor movement.
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