UMass Dartmouth Arnold M. Dubin Labor Education Center
ATU TRAINING TO WIN
The Labor Education Center (LEC) has recently lead a powerful and creative training for the Amalgamated Transit Union (ATU) in New Jersey (March 26, 2016). The training was conducted by the new labor educator Camilo Viveiros and the LEC Director Kim Wilson. The LEC team was honored to lead this training along with the help and support of a proud group of ATU leaders.
The ATU International and the NJ Locals are committed to providing training for ATU members. The goal is to build unity, knowledge and strength that will allow us to fight back against the organized efforts/campaigns that are looking to destroy us.
We are pleased to share the following "ATU TRAINING TO WIN" video of the event.
WILD 30th Annual Summer Institute
WILD is an inspirational educational program that provides women with the leadership vision, confidence and skills to become more effective leaders and organizers in the Massachusetts labor movement. Workshops in leadership development, understanding racism, and practical knowledge and skills related to building worker power and a just society.
Join us on June 24, 25 and 26 with a diverse group of women from all over the state for a weekend of education, confidence and relationship building.
Recent Immigrant Worker Organizing Victories in New Bedford
SE Mass Labor Education Center Steering Committee Members On the Move
Heartfelt congratulations go to our long term supporters, and Steering Committee members, Peter Knowlton for being elected General President of the United Electrical Workers Union and Tim Melia for being elected to President of UFCW 328. We are so proud of our friends.
It's been nearly a year, please make note
Come visit us at 257 Union St., downtown New Bedford
We have a new set of offices and a library lounge space. There is room to join us for lunch and wifi to use!
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Click here to find out about our work with Transit Justice
Diane Cruz, a retired member of AFSCME Local 507, participated in a state wide commemoration of workers killed or injured on the job, Worker Memorial Day.
Join us as we celebrate 40 years of Education that workers can put to work