Night of the Living Wage!

On Friday October 13th, Local 2322 members held a “Night of the Living Wage” action at Pulaski Park in Northampton. Members of the ServiceNet Bargaining Committee dressed in costume, gathered petition signatures, played live music, and ran a photo booth where community members could be photographed with their messages of why they believe ServiceNet workers deserve a fair contract and a living wage. The work … Continue reading

Volunteers for Puerto Rico Needed!

[ Please read the information (below) closely, it is a rigorous commitment and seats will be limited. ] FROM THE AFLCIO: The AFL-CIO is coordinating relief efforts for Puerto Rico.  There is a flight leaving Newark New Jersey on Wednesday (October 4) with seats for 300 volunteers. The AFL-CIO has made a request for very specific skills (see attached) and has emphasized that volunteering in … Continue reading

Please Help with Puerto Rico Relief

FROM: UAW Region 9A Our UAW Brothers and Sisters in Puerto Rico desperately need our help – and they need it now. Our UAW members living on the Island — and Puerto Rican families of UAW members here — are facing horrific conditions resulting from hurricane Maria. There is no electricity. Many people have no food or water. There is a serious shortage of fuel and … Continue reading

Oct 22 Membership Meeting Brunch at the Delaney House

On Sunday, October 22 from 11:00 am – 1:00 pm we will hold our annual Union Membership Meeting. This year it will include a brunch at the Delaney House!  The Local will do our best to help provide transportation for those who need it. The Delaney House is located at 3 Country Club Rd, Holyoke, MA. Please RSVP, to info@uaw2322.org or your Union Rep, before Monday, … Continue reading

Join AFL-CIO Counter Protest in Boston Saturday

“With you, I have watched with heartbreak the hateful and violent actions of white supremacists and neo-Nazis in Charlottesville this week and the subsequent offensive and troubling reaction from President Trump. The Massachusetts AFL-CIO joins AFL-CIO President, Richard Trumka in condemning last Saturday’s act of domestic terrorism in Charlottesville. We mourn with the families and friends of Heather Heyer and state Troopers Lieutenant H. Jay … Continue reading