No one knows better than union members that working people have been hit hard during this pandemic, as they remain on the front lines to ensure this country continues running.

The hardest hit have been the most marginalized workers: women, LGBTQ workers, workers of color – citizens and non-citizens alike.

The AFL-CIO is holding a series of town hall meetings on Facebook to highlight the effect the coronavirus is having on these and other workers, and they will include participants from six of its constituency groups.

Join us on Thursday, May 28th at 2 p.m. ET for the first of these important virtual town hall meetings, where we will hear from Pride at Work’s co-president Gabe González and former National Executive Board Member Be Marston. The meeting will also include leaders and workers from our sibling constituency groups to discuss the impact of this pandemic on their lives. 

RSVP today and join us Thursday  for this first in a series of virtual town halls highlighting front line workers from historically marginalized communities.

 

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