Monthly Archives: July 2005

Intra-union Battle Lines Shaping Up

Over the past week, while I madly dashed to finish off the tasks of my old job, there have been many developments in the AFL-CIO split up story. And my feelings toward the split have ranged from cautious hope to … Continue reading

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“Change to Win” Exits AFL-CIO

It’s worth reading this as a historical document: Taken from the Change to Win Coalition web site: Statement of Anna Burger Chair, Change to Win Coalition July 24, 2005 This is an exciting day, and a proud moment in the … Continue reading

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AFL-CIO Convention Watch

The big AFL-CIO Convention begins tomorrow here in Chicago. It’s been billed as the showdown between a set of dissident unions (the Change to Win Coalition) seeking more energetic organizing and the everyone else who wants to hold the movement … Continue reading

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