See You in Los Angeles
The AFSCME 44th International Convention will be in Los Angeles, AFSCME President Lee Saunders announced just before gaveling the Boston convention to a close.
List of Approved Convention Resolutions - Friday
These are the titles of the resolutions have been adopted by the delegates to the AFSCME 43rd International Convention in Boston.
Recognizing the Rise Up Institute Graduates
The AFSCME 43rd International Convention graduated the first class of the Rise Up Institute, a more than 5,000-member army of activists, organizers, and communicators.
Convention 2018: Member Voices
Meet a few of the thousands of activists attending AFSCME’s 43rd International Convention, and hear why being in Boston this week is important to them.AFSCME Staff |
Supremely Committed to Fighting High Court Nominee Kavanagh
These Alaska delegates took action to block Brett Kavanaugh’s appointment to the U.S. Supreme Court. You should, too.
AFSCME Inspiration: Care, Strength and Solidarity
There were few dry eyes as convention delegates heard the inspiring stories of UDW member Toni Monique Taloa and her sister, Tonya.
Introducing the 2018 Never Quit Service Award Winner
No one embodies the Never Quit spirit better than Ana Candelario Figueroa, a social services worker in San Juan, Puerto Rico, and member of Local 3234/ Servidores Publicos Unidos (SPU) (Council 95).
Elissa McBride Elected AFSCME Secretary-Treasurer by a Wide Margin
AFSCME Secretary-Treasurer Elissa McBride and Southern New England IVP candidate Jody Barr handily win re-election.
NJ Gov. Phil Murphy Promises Never to Disrespect Working People
New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy says he’ll show working people the respect that previous governor Chris Christie never did.
SEIU President Stresses Ties with AFSCME to Fight Common Foes
Mary Kay Henry strikes defiant note against anti-worker forces.AFSCME Staff |
A Moving Tribute to Three AFSCME IVPs
Three retiring AFSCME IVPs were given warm, loving tributes.AFSCME Staff |
Under Attack, Our Union Grows Stronger
AFSCME Secretary-Treasurer Elissa McBride and four AFSCME activists on Thursday discussed best practices for growing our union while fighting attacks from anti-worker interests.