Wednesday, June 22, 2005

union membership-- is it for you and fellow workers?

AFL-Cio would like to know what has union membership meant for you and your family:

Whether you’re a new or longtime union member, they’d like to find out. And if you’re not a union member, they want to hear from you as well—tell them what difference union membership would make in your life and for our nation.

These are the latest in a series of questions they're been asking activists about how to strengthen America’s union movement. Your thoughtful comments are helping to shape their planning for the coming years and informing the major proposals the AFL-CIO will take to our 2005 Convention in July. Please take a minute or two to share your thoughts with them again. Click on the link below:

Union membership benefits different workers in diverse ways. Please let them know what you think are the most important benefits of being a union member. Click on the link below:

And don’t forget to read responses to these questions and others at the AFL-CIO’s Strengthening Our Union Movement for the Future website, where you also can read major proposals for change. You may click on the link below to read:

http://www.aflcio.org/aboutaflcio/ourfuture/index.cfm

As the 2005 AFL-CIO Convention draws closer, union webmasters will continue to ask your thoughts about strengthening our union movement for the future. Thank you again for your participation in these important discussions.

In solidarity,

Working Families e-Activist Network, AFL-CIO
June 22, 2005


P.S. Don’t miss the AFL-CIO executive officers’ proposal for change, "Winning for Working Families." Click on the link below to read it:

http://www.aflcio.org/aboutaflcio/ourfuture/upload/executive_officers.pdf

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