Kevin Harrington, Vice President, Rapid Transit Operations, TWU Local 100, Nastaran Mohit, Occupy Sandy and the Laundry Workers Center, Michael Premo, Occupy Sandy, Judy Sheridan-Gonzales, NYS Nurses Association, Moderated by Amy Muldoon, CWA Local 1106 on “Resist Recover Rebuild: Labor Speaks out After Sandy” (December 7, 2012)
Andrew Ross, Professor of Social and Cultural Analysis, NYU, Leina Bocar, writer and organizer, Chris Kasper, artist and organizer, Suzanne Collado, labor and student community organizer, NYU Moderated by Stephanie Luce, Murphy Institute for Worker Education on “Drowning in Debt: An Organizing Challenge”(November 30th 2012)
The Center for Popular Democracy (CPD) is seeking a full-time Research Associate to work on economic justice, immigrants’ rights and/or racial justice policy initiatives and campaigns.
The Center for Popular Democracy builds organizing power and transforms the local and state policy landscape through deep, long-term partnerships with leading community organizing groups and labor unions nationwide. CPD collaborates with partners to build their internal strength, infrastructure and capacity – and to envision and win campaigns, with a particular focus on efforts to move a pro-worker, pro-immigrant, racial justice agenda at the city and state level.
The Research Associate will join CPD’s strategic research team, and will collaborate closely with CPD’s organizing and policy staff, as well as staff and constituents from our partner organizations. The Research Associate will work on a range of projects, including exploratory campaign research, data gathering and analysis, creation of campaign materials (including reports for CPD and our partner organizations), and community education activities. Continue reading Research Associate, Center for Popular Democracy→
IATSE Local 161 in New York City is looking for a full time Assistant to the Business Agent to start as soon as possible.
Responsibilities include organizing new members, tracking benefit contributions for members, tracking pay and overtime, communicating with benefit fund’s offices and payroll companies, keeping records of various jobs across our jurisdiction, keeping our database up to date, answering member’s questions, filing, backup administrative duties (answering the phone, communication with members, etc), and assisting the Business Agent as needed.
This position also includes the opportunity to learn the Local 161 and IATSE contracts, and has the potential for advancement. Experience and/or interest in the film industry is a plus. Full benefits (health, pension, 401k) are included.
Organizing Beyond Barriers (OBB) is UNITE HERE’s nationally coordinated program to build a progressive alliance of workers and students by teaching, agitating, and inspiring people to fight for justice.
We place a lot of emphasis on training and fieldwork. People learn by doing, whether it’s hearing about the real situations of working people in a house visit, speaking truth to power in a delegation or recruiting friends, family, or coworkers to an action. Our Union is committed to inspiring people of all ages and backgrounds to join our movement.
Students and workers across the United States and Canada came together for eight weeks in the summer to learn how to organize, push forward the union’s campaigns and find inspiration in people who are willing to take up the struggle for social justice.
The OBB program strives to link up the workers’ rights movement with the student movement, the LGBTQ movement, the immigrants’ rights movement and all other movements that struggle and work for social justice. We look forward to getting to know and be inspired by you.
32BJ SEIU, the largest property service union in the country, is seeking an aggressive, nimble and creative Senior Regional Communications Specialist to help develop and drive a comprehensive and strategic communications program centered on 32BJ’s new organizing campaigns in the New York City region, among other responsibilities. The communications program includes media relations, social media and member communications for organizing drives, contract fights and legislative and political campaigns.
The Senior Regional Communications Specialist will be a key member of the union’s communications team, responsible for communications for breakthrough organizing campaigns in New York City. Currently, 32BJ is focused on winning justice for airport workers, growing our security division, and is participating in the national campaign to organize fast food workers. Additional capacity to support the specialist’s work will be added by union-wide New Media and Member Communications Strategists.