“Union Member Appreciation Week” Celebrates Contributions and Advocacy of Working People

IMG_2296Fairfax, VA – County Board Chairman Sharon Bulova joined SEIU Virginia 512 to launch “Union Member Appreciation Week” to celebrate the contributions that union members make to the community.

Union members are creating opportunities for working families across Virginia by delivering quality public services to local residents and by advocating for policies and budgets, which lift workers up.

Throughout the week, SEIU Virginia 512 hosted gatherings for union members to come together, celebrate our victories, and talk about the important role that unions play in our society.

SEIU Virginia 512 members also partnered with the NAACP to host an Economic + Racial Justice Movie Night, screening the documentary “At the River I Stand” and discussing solutions to the challenges we face in our communities to fight for a better world.

Local elected officials, including Chairman Bulova, Fairfax Supervisor John Cook, Delegate Paul Krizek and Fairfax Supervisor Kathy Smith, attended events to thank union members for the difference we make in the community.

To view photos from Union Member Appreciation Week, visit our flickr photo album at https://www.flickr.com/photos/140236486@N07/sets/72157669152875113

 


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