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  • Panel on pending trade deals coming to Charlotte (12/1)

    Join us in Charlotte for an important panel discussion at 6:30 PM on Monday, December 1 and hear from workers, policy experts, congressional representatives, and union members on what you need to know about pending trade deals like TPA, TISA, TTIP, and “NAFTA on steroids” – the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP).

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  • Moral March to the Polls in Greensboro on 10/23

    Voting rights and worker power will be front and center on Thursday, October 23 in Greensboro when workers, union members, environmentalists, and educators go on a “Moral March to the Polls” to cast their vote for a better North Carolina.

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  • NETWORKS Nuns on the Bus to rally voters in Raleigh (10/4)

    NETWORK Nuns on the Bus are bringing their bus and their nuns the Old State Capitol to rally for voter rights and voter registration at 2:00 PM this Saturday (10/4).

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  • Witness for Peace speaker tour to talk trade in NC

    photo of Julia Vallejos

    This October, Witness for Peace Southeast (WFPSE) is hosting Nicaraguan Fair Trade advocate Julia Vallejos, a founding member of Masili, a workers-owned, fair-trade, women’s cooperative operating in the Free Trade Zone in Nicaragua.

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  • Documentary film on immigration premiers in Greensboro (10/5)

    A new documentary film premiering in Greensboro on Sunday, Oct. 5, “From the Back of the Line: Voices of the Undocumented”, takes a hard look at how current immigration policies end up hurting, not helping, North Carolina workers.

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  • Keep calm and have a “Labor Sabbath” before Labor Day

    We invite you to join other people of faith to speak up on Labor Sabbath – the Friday, Saturday, or Sunday before Labor Day (September 1).

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  • Calling all workers to Solidarity City August 9 in Goldsboro

    On Saturday, August 9 workers from across NC and other Southern states will gather in Goldsboro, NC for Solidarity City – a day long gathering of workers to discuss strategy, develop their organizing skills, and lay out how to continue to build a united effort to organize the South.

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  • Pots & Spoons Protest returns to Raleigh #May14NC

    Bring an empty pot and spoon (and a friend) this May 14th and join our cacerolazo to sound off against the immoral agenda of our reckless state lawmakers and governor.

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  • #TalkUnion and other May Day 2014 activities

    We’re using May Day this year to launch a new initiative on social media. We’re calling it #TalkUnion, and for the kickoff, we’re holding our first ever Twitterstorm at 7pm on May 1st.

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  • “Moral Movies” coming to a screen near you

    Announcing the launch of Moral Movies, a four-month screening series that will bring award-winning documentaries to eight cities across North Carolina.

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  • “Songs for Justice” Benefit concert for FLOC June 15th

    Baldemar Velasquez and The Aguila Negra band will perform a mix of movement songs with traditional Mexican folk music at a benefit concert for FLOC on June 15th

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  • Big news about 2013 Labor School

    The North Carolina State AFL-CIO Carolina Labor School will be held at the University of North Carolina at Wilmington on July 14-19, 2013. New for 2013 is a 20% discount on tuition and fees for registered Labor School students aged 28 and younger.

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  • Celebrate May Day 2013 in Raleigh

    Triangle Jobs with Justice would like to invite everyone to take part in a May Day 2013 celebration and mobilization in Raleigh, NC.

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  • A Fair Fight for tax fairness on Tax Day (video)

    Faced with the grim reality of North Carolina politics, this Tax Day, the NC State AFL-CIO arranged for working people to get some quality escapism and, with it, one way to settle the score between the People and the Powerful – even if it had to be done outside the political arena and inside the ring!

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  • Let’s get ready to rumble!

    North Carolinians, tired of paying the costs for the lack of tax fairness – the root cause of austerity politics in Congress and tax changes on Jones Street – will finally get a chance to settle the score between the people and the powerful when champions for both sides face off at a public showdown on Bicentennial Mall at 12:30 PM on Monday, April 15th – Tax Day.

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