Labor Unions (Page 13)


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    Virginia Education Association

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    Washington State Labor Council, AFL-CIO

    The Washington State Labor Council is an AFL-CIO-affiliated regional advocacy group consisting of labor unions in Washington State.
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    Washington Teachers Union (WTU)

    Washington Teachers Union (WTU) is the teachers union representing public schoolteachers in Washington, D.C. It is a local union of the American Federation of Teachers. In the early 2000s, the union’s longtime president, Barbara Bullock, pleaded guilty to a multi-million-dollar embezzlement scheme.
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    Wisconsin Education Association Council

    The Wisconsin Education Association Council is an education Public-sector trade union representing the public policy, labor and professional interests of its members. It is affiliated with the National Education Association. Its headquarters are located in Madison, Wisconsin.
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    Workers Organizing Committee of Chicago (WOCC)

    The Workers Organizing Committee of Chicago (WOCC) is a labor union that seeks to organize fast food workers and advocates for a $15 minimum wage as part of the “Fight for $15” movement. Connections to SEUI HCII For more information, see SEIU Healthcare Indiana and Illinois (Labor Union)
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    Workers United

    Workers United, SEIU is a labor union and division of the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) that was founded in 2009 as a result of the dissolution of the merged labor union Unite Here. In March 2009, fifteen regional joint boards of Unite Here voted to leave the
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    Workers Uniting

    Workers Uniting is a labor union partnership between the United Steelworkers labor union of North America and Unite the Union, a Labour Party-affiliated labor union in Great Britain and Ireland.
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    Working America

    Also see Working America Education Fund (nonprofit) Working America is the “community affiliate” of the AFL-CIO, focusing on advocacy for and community organizing of non-union members. The group, founded in 2003, claims more than 3 million members, though as few as 15 percent may pay the $5 annual
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    Writers Guild of America, East

    Writers Guild of America, East (WGAE) is a 501(c)(5) labor union made up of thousands of members who are creators of television and film in the United States. WGAE is primarily involved in contract negotiations, contract enforcement, and various other issues regarding employment by companies.
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    Writers Guild of America, West

    Writers Guild of America, West (WGAW) is a 501(c)(5) labor union made up of thousands of writers who contribute to the content involved in television, movies, documentaries, and the internet. Its primary goal is to represent members in negotiations. WGAW is also involved in residuals, legislation and outreach, and education