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Service & Solidarity Spotlight: Actors and Writers Explain How Supporters and Fans Can Support Them
Actors and writers are on strike, fighting for their future, and fans and supporters are wondering how they can help. Here are what members of SAG-AFTRA and the Writers Guild of America (WGA) are asking supporters to do.
SAG-AFTRA Members on Strike Deserve a Fair Contract
It is outrageous that Hollywood executives have chosen greed over the actors and performing artists who help to drive the entertainment industry. We stand in active solidarity with the 160,000 members of SAG-AFTRA as they begin striking today for fair wages, stronger working conditions, a voice on the job and a more secure future for their craft.
AFL-CIO Statement on the Repression of Labor Rights in Korea
In advance of President Yoon’s State Visit to the United States, the AFL-CIO calls on both governments to take concrete actions to reverse the Republic of Korea’s dangerous course of repression against workers and to use their leadership roles to advance the rights of workers at home and around the world.
Service & Solidarity Spotlight: New Jersey State AFL-CIO Stands with Striking Rutgers Workers
The Rutgers AAUP-AFT Academic Worker Union represents graduate workers, faculty, postdocs and EOF counsellors. These workers have been without a contract for 287 days and are on day 4 of a strike. Their priority is resolving a contract that will serve as the foundational agreement for future generations of Rutgers AAUP-AFT members.