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Do They Care? What Working People Are Doing This Week

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Welcome to our regular feature, a look at what the various AFL-CIO unions and other working family organizations are doing across the country and beyond. The labor movement is big and active—here's a look at the broad range of activities we're engaged in this week.

A. Philip Randolph Institute:

Actors' Equity Association:

AFGE:

AFSCME:

AFT:

Air Line Pilots:

Alliance for Retired Americans:

Amalgamated Transit Union:

Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance:

Association of Flight Attendants-CWA:

BCTGM:

Boilermakers:

Bricklayers:

Coalition of Black Trade Unionists:

Communications Workers of America:

Department for Professional Employees:

Electrical Workers:

Farm Labor Organizing Committee:

Federal Employees:

Fire Fighters:

International Labor Communications Association:

Ironworkers:

Jobs with Justice:

Laborers:

LCLAA:

Machinists:

Metal Trades:

Mine Workers:

NABTU:

National Air Traffic Controllers Association:

National Association of Letter Carriers:

National Day Laborer Organizing Network:

National Domestic Workers Alliance:

National Nurses United:

National Taxi Workers Alliance:

News Guild:

NFL Players Association:

Office and Professional Employees:

Painters and Allied Trades:

Pride At Work:

Professional Aviation Safety Specialists:

Professional and Technical Engineers:

Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Workers:

SAG-AFTRA:

School Administrators:

Seafarers:

Solidarity Center:

Theatrical Stage Employees:

Transport Workers:

Transportation Trades Department:

UAW:

UFCW:

UNITE HERE:

United Steelworkers:

United Students Against Sweatshops:

Working America:

Writers Guild of America, East: