American Federation of State County & Municipal Employees Local 101

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American Federation of State County & Municipal Employees Local 101
American Federation of State County & Municipal Employees Local 101 is listed in the Labor Organizations category in San Jose, California. Displayed below are the social networks for American Federation of State County & Municipal Employees Local 101 which include a Facebook page and a Twitter account. The activity and popularity of American Federation of State County & Municipal Employees Local 101 on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 67.

Contact information for American Federation of State County & Municipal Employees Local 101 is:
1150 N 1st St
San Jose, CA 95112
(408) 998-2070

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RT @AFSCMEArchivist: I had the honor of meeting Paul Booth last year as he graciously took the time to participate in an oral history inter…

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Shutting down the government would wreak havoc on public services and is not an option. AFSCME calls on Congress to pass a responsible budget, protect “Dreamers” and renew the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP).
AFSCME to Congress – don’t shut down the government. Also fix DACA and renew CHIP.


Shutting down the government would wreak havoc on public services and is not an option. AFSCME calls on Congress to twitter.com/i/web/status/9…



RT @thenation: Paul Booth—Fighter, Strategist, and Visionary Labor Leade bit.ly/2DQWmSG

Working people remain steadfast in their support for labor unions despite “relentless, dishonest attacks” from wealthy special interests, AFSCME’s president says. A new federal report shows that the union-membership rate was unchanged last year compared to 2016.
New federal data on last year’s union membership shows working people remain strong despite “relentless, dishonest attacks from wealthy special interests,” AFSCME President Lee Saunders says.

AFSCME shared Lee Saunders's post.
In lieu of flowers, Paul Booth’s family suggests contributions to the following organizations: Jobs With Justice. Paul cared deeply about this organization and helped lead it for three decades. http://www.jwj.org/Paul Midwest Academy. Paul was on the board of this training center for power-building strategies for justice and democracy. https://secure.actblue.com/donate/midwestacademy18 Restaurant Opportunities Centers United (ROC United). Paul served on the board of ROC, which fights for fair wages for tipped workers. http://rocunited.org/donate/
A chief architect of the 1965 march on Washington against the Vietnam War, he later became a key adviser to the nation’s largest public employee union.

AFSCME and the labor movement lost one of its giants last night, with the passing of Paul Booth at the age of 74. Paul leaves behind a loving family, legions of friends and admirers, and a towering, inspiring legacy.
AFSCME mourns the loss of labor pioneer Paul Booth.