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Webinar on Unionizing

Dignity and Justice for Social Workers: a virtual Q & A on labor organizing and unions
Thursday, May 14, 6 - 7 pm

Social workers have a rich history in the labor movement and are experts at advocating for the rights of others. Now is the time for social workers to understand and appreciate our own rights as essential workers. In this virtual dialogue, NASW Staff will provide brief historical context on social workers history advocating for the rights of workers followed by an open Q & A with labor organizers Puja Datta and Boyd McCamish from the of Workers United, Chicago and Midwest Joint Board. 

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Prepared by Barkan Meizlish, LLP by Jonathan Wentz, Esq. and Sarah Ingles, Esq.

 

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