AFGE members from all walks of life are committed to growing our union, strengthening our democracy and improving the lives of working people. Organizing isn't a job -- it's a way of life. Thousands of AFGE members reached out to their coworkers, friends and family about the dignity and empowerment that comes with union membership. We rallied, took part in community celebrations, and cultivated the next generation of union leaders. Although we hit our immediate goal of 300,000 members, AFGE activists are just getting started on our road to 500,000 strong.
AFGE’s Women’s and Fair Practices Departments provide a wealth of material, including this discrimination brochure displayed at the AFGE OPM Local 32 Fall Festival.
A representative from the Community Services Agency greeted attendees at the AFGE OPM Local 32 Fall Festival.
A representative from the Coalition of Labor Union Women discussed the organization with attendees at the AFGE OPM Local 32 Fall Festival.al.
AFGE OPM Local 32 1st Vice President John Cherry was on-hand with AFGE gift bags for attendees of his local’s Fall Festival.
AFGE District 14 National Vice President Eric Bunn posed for photos with leaders of AFGE OPM Local 32 at the local’s Fall Festival.
AFGE Y.O.U.N.G. Committee Secretary Jennifer Green joined community activists during a Fight for 15 demonstration in Chicago.
AFL-CIO Executive Vice President Tefere Gebre, AFL-CIO Secretary-Treasurer Elizabeth Shuler and AFGE National President J. David Cox. Sr. proudly marched in D.C.’s Capital Pride parade celebrating the LGBTQ community.