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Sign up for ‘Bridging the Divide’ solidarity workshop March 26

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EVERETT, Wash. — How do we talk to members and coworkers who think differently than us regarding politics, racial and gender justice, membership, etc.? Would you like to be a better leader in your workplace and a voice for change? These are such big issues — what can we actually do about it?

“Bridging the Divide: Tools for Building Union Solidarity” is a participatory workshop designed to provide practical tools for building union solidarity within the workplace. It will be held from 9 to 11 a.m. this Saturday, March 26 via Zoom. Click here to register. Interpretation and closed captioning are available upon request. You will need a computer, tablet, or smartphone with internet access to participate virtually.

Hosted and sponsored by the Snohomish Island County Central Labor Council, and co-sponsored by the Washington State Labor Council, UFCW 3000, Teamsters 38 and WFSE 1020, the learning objectives for this workshop are:

●  Understand the impact of racism
●  Talk about the importance of undoing racism in the workplace
●  Connect with other union members in Snohomish and Island Counties on topics related to:
●  Harassment at Work
●  History of racism as a tool to divide the working class
●  Building Solidarity across race and ethnicity

Join us for this 2-hour workshop to help you engage in effective conversations to build unity and solidarity with your co-workers. Learn more at

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