Anyone who has ever missed a meal knows negative effects of hunger, but did you know that 1 in 10 Minnesotans is at risk of missing a meal every day? You can help. On May 13, 2017, UFCW Local 1189 is partnering with our local letter carriers and Second Harvest Heartland for this year's Stamp Out Hunger food drive. UFCW local Unions nationwide are participating in one of the country's most monumental and collaborative food drives. "Our Local Union will be coordinating at two sites - Cub Foods in Oakdale and Cub Foods in Cottage Grove.
The Hardman Avenue Workers Center is proud to offer FREE workshops for people who need assistance or have questions about the immigration process. Please join us for our grand opening celebration on Thursday, June 8, 2017: Refreshments served from 4:00 - 6:00 p.m.; program at 5:00 p.m.
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Provided by MN Fair Trade Coalition: A key theme throughout the 2016 election season was voter anger about U.S. trade policy failing them, including status-quo-trade deals negotiated to favor corporate interests ahead of working families.
From minnpost.com, 5/5/17: The word on everyone’s lips at the Minnesota Capitol these days: “engagement.” All week, Republican legislators have been using committee hearings to rail against the administration of Gov. Mark Dayton, claiming the state’s chief executive hadn’t been engaged in the every-other-year process of setting the state budget. Dayton’s administration fired back with some stats.
On May 13, 2017, Second Harvest Heartland will be partnering with the Letter Carriers and Cub Foods to orchestrate the nation's largest, single-day food drive: Stamp Out Hunger. Our Union, the United Food and Commercial Workers (UFCW) is a sponsor nationally, and our Local Union 1189 is a sponsor in Minnesota.
We need members, friends, families, and allies to call Governor Dayton's office and tell him to veto HF 600/ SF 580 if it lands on his desk.
The bill is anti-worker and anti-family. It will take away local control from cities, and take away Paid Sicks Days away from workers in Saint Paul.
Over 150,000 workers would be affected by the take away. The Minnesota Grocers Association are leading the charge to deny grocery workers paid sick days in Saint Paul, Minneapolis, and other cities.