Labor Unions (Page 10)


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    NewsGuild-CWA

    NewsGuild-CWA, formerly The Newspaper Guild (TNG), is a division of the Communications Workers of America labor union that represents journalists.
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    NFL Players Association

    The National Football League Players Association, known as the NFL Players Association or NFLPA, is the labor union representing professional football players in the National Football League (NFL). The union was founded in 1956 and is led by a board of player representatives from each NFL team. [1]
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    Non-Profit Employees Union (NPEU)

    The Non-Profit Employees Union (NPEU) is a labor union that represents employees at more than a dozen left-of-center non-profit organizations, mostly in Washington, D.C. NPEU is a local affiliate (Local 70) of the International Federation of Professional and Technical Engineers (IFPTE), an international labor union affiliated with the
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    North America’s Building Trades Unions (NABTU)

    North America’s Building Trades Unions (NABTU) is the trade name of the Building and Construction Trades Department (BCTD), a division of the AFL-CIO responsible for managing the interaction of AFL-CIO-affiliated building trades unions, settling organizing disputes between unions, and representing construction unions as a bloc for advocacy and employer-relations
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    North Carolina State AFL-CIO

    The NC State AFL-CIO is the North Carolina affiliate of the AFL-CIO. [24] It represents the interests of North Carolina unions and promotes left-of-center policies on a variety of topics, including critical race theory-aligned racial policy and LGBT interests. [25] [26] Background and
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    Northern Virginia Labor Federation

    The Northern Virginia Labor Federation is a local labor council of the AFL-CIO which is based in Annandale, Virginia.[39]
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    Office and Professional Employees International Union

    The Office and Professional Employees International Union (OPEIU) is a trade union in the United States representing approximately 104,000 white-collar working people in the public and private sector.
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    Ohio AFL-CIO

    The Ohio AFL-CIO is the state affiliate for the AFL-CIO labor union federation in Ohio. [40] The union is also affiliated with the Action Network, an online tool for left-progressive groups to use for fundraising and advocacy purposes. [41] Activities In 2006, the
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    Ohio Education Association

    Ohio Education Association (OEA or OHEA) is the state-level affiliate of the National Education Association teachers’ union in Ohio.
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    Operative Plasterers’ and Cement Masons’ International Association (OPCMIA)

    The Operative Plasterers’ and Cement Masons’ International Association (OPCMIA) is a labor union founded in 1864 which represents plasterers and cement masons.[59]
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    Oregon AFL-CIO

    The Oregon AFL-CIO is the Oregon state affiliate of the AFL-CIO, the largest labor union federation in the United States. The union promotes left of center political causes and organizes and campaigns for workplace unionization, pro-union legislation, and favored candidates. [60] Founding and History The AFL-CIO
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    Pennsylvania State AFL-CIO

    The Pennsylvania AFL-CIO is a left-leaning federation of labor unions in Pennsylvania. The organization was formed in 1960 following a merger of two statewide labor federations and has a membership consisting of dozens of local labor unions and regional labor councils. The organization is a state-level affiliate of left-leaning national
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    Pennsylvania State Education Association (PSEA)

    The Pennsylvania State Education Association (PSEA) is a left-of-center teachers union affiliated with the National Education Association (NEA), the largest labor union in the United States. Founded in 1852, the union claims to represent nearly 180,000 educators and school support staff in the state of Pennsylvania. [90]
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    Philadelphia Council AFL-CIO

    The Philadelphia Council AFL-CIO is a local labor federation located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania that has more than 100 local labor union member organizations. The organization is a local level affiliate of the left-leaning national labor federation the American Federation of Labor-Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO) and of the statewide
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    Philadelphia Federation of Teachers

    The Philadelphia Federation of Teachers (PFT) is a left-leaning local teachers’ union representing teachers and other school system employees in the Philadelphia public school system. The union is a chapter of the large national teachers’ union the American Federation of Teachers and is identified as AFT Local 3. The
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    Pride at Work AFL-CIO

    Pride at Work AFL-CIO (Pride at Work) [182] [183] is an LGBT constituency group within the left-of-center AFL-CIO labor union federation based in Washington, D.C. [184] [185] As of January 2022, the organization has 24 state- and regional-level chapters.
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    Professional Hockey Players’ Association

    The Professional Hockey Players’ Association, or PHPA, is the labor union that represents the interests of hockey players in the American Hockey League and ECHL, the two largest minor leagues in North American professional ice hockey.
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    Railroad Workers United

    Railroad Workers United is a caucus of railroad unions in North America which advocates for union railroad employees.[246]
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    Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union (RWDSU)

    The Retail, Wholesale, and Department Store Union (RWDSU) is a labor union that is a semi-autonomous division of the United Food and Commercial Workers (UFCW). Its members come from various sectors, including retail, manufacturing, service, and health care industries throughout the United States and Canada. [247] The
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    Rhode Island AFL-CIO

    The Rhode Island AFL-CIO is a state chapter of the AFL-CIO, the largest association of labor unions in the United States. The chapter, which has approximately 80,000 members, represents labor unions in Rhode Island. [274] The state federation has supported using taxpayer funds for projects such as