Labor Unions (Page 12)


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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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    Progressive Workers Union

    The Progressive Workers Union (PWU) is a far-left labor union that represents employees at left-wing nonprofits. As of 2020, the PWU claimed over 500 members at 350.org, Greenpeace, Appalachian Voices, and the Union of Concerned Scientists, though up to 400 of its members are at the
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    Railroad Workers United

    Railroad Workers United is a caucus of railroad workers in North America that advocates for unionized railroad employees.1
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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.
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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. 1 The
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    SAG-AFTRA

    The Screen Actors Guild-American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (SAG-AFTRA) is a labor union formed in 2012 after the two major unions for actors in recorded productions, the film actors’ Screen Actors Guild (SAG) and television actors’ and personalities’ American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (AFTRA), merged. The
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    Sailors’ Union of the Pacific

    The Sailors’ Union of the Pacific is an American labor union representing maritime employees. It is an affiliate of the Seafarers International Union of North America, which is a member union of the AFL-CIO.
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    Saint Paul Federation of Educators

    Saint Paul Federation of Educators (SPFE), formerly known as the Saint Paul Federation of Teachers, is a teachers’ union based in Saint Paul, Minnesota representing more than 3,500 teachers, assistants, community service professionals, and other related employees.
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    Saint Paul Federation of Teachers

    The Saint Paul Federation of Teachers is a local labor union representing schoolteachers within the Saint Paul Public School District. It is an affiliate of the American Federation of Teachers (AFT), which is a member of the AFL-CIO.
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    Saint Paul Regional Labor Federation

    The Saint Paul Regional Labor Federation is a local labor union and is an affiliate of the AFL-CIO Labor Union Federation.
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    San Francisco Labor Council

    San Francisco Labor Council (SFLC) is a local union federation affiliated with the AFL-CIO. 1 SFLC promotes left-of-center labor policies, including requiring employers to negotiate with minority unions — made up of
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    Screen Actors Guild (SAG)

    The Screen Actors Guild (SAG) was a labor union that focuses on representing people who work in media such as television, radio, theater, and recording studios. It merged with the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (AFTRA) in 2012, creating SAG-AFTRA, which has approximately 160,000 members.
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    Seafarers International Union

    The Seafarers International Union of North America (SIUNA) is a collection of autonomous labor unions representing various categories of sailors and other employees aboard ships flagged in the United States and Canada. It is a member union of the AFL-CIO.
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    Security, Police, and Fire Professionals of America (SPFPA)

    The Security, Police, and Fire Professionals of America (SPFPA) is a labor union that represents security guards and other privately employed security professionals in the United States. 1 It
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    SEIU 775NW

    SEIU 775NW (also styled SEIU 775 or SEIU Local 775) is the northwestern local branch of the national Service Employees International Union (SEIU) that represents home healthcare providers, nursing home employees, and adult day health care workers, mainly in Washington State and Montana.
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    SEIU Healthcare Illinois and Indiana (SEIU HCII)

    SEIU Healthcare Illinois & Indiana (SEIU HCII) was formed in 2008 as a merger of three SEIU-affiliated local unions, one of them being Local 880. Local 880 was created by the ACORN-funded United Labor Unions under ACORN-trained organizer Keith Kelleher as a campaign to unionize Illinois home care
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    SEIU Healthcare Michigan

    The Service Employees International Union Healthcare Michigan (SEIU Healthcare Michigan) represents approximately 11,000 employees of Michigan hospitals and healthcare facilities.1 The union was formed in 2008 as
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    SEIU Healthcare Pennsylvania

    Service Employees International Union Healthcare Pennsylvania (SEIU Healthcare PA) is a “mega-local” of the SEIU labor union, representing services employees, nurses, other healthcare workers, and government workers in the state of Pennsylvania. Like its parent union, SEIU Healthcare Pennsylvania is politically involved in left-of-center circles. It consistently supports and
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    SEIU Illinois State Council

    The SEIU (Service Employees International Union) Illinois State Council is the state-level governing body for Illinois-based SEIU locals. SEIU Illinois State Council consists of 11 local unions, the largest being SEIU Healthcare Illinois-Indiana-Missouri-Kansas, a local spanning Illinois, Indiana, Missouri, and Kansas, claiming 92,000 members.
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    SEIU Local 1

    The Service Employees International Union (SEIU) Local 1 is an affiliate of the controversial and left-wing SEIU labor union, claiming to represent more than 50,000 workers in Chicago and ten other cities in the Midwest. 1