AFT-Maryland President Marietta English Statement on Supreme Court 4-4 Split Decision in Friedrichs CaseMore
From AFT Healthcare-Maryland: In the wake of community outrage around the potential closure of Western Maryland Hospital Center (WMHC) we are pleased that the D
Jetta Williams has been an RN at Western Maryland Hospital Center (WMHC) for two years, and has been a member of AFT Healthcare-Maryland for the last four months. Jetta said that “other members kept on asking me to join and a lot of people were doing it, too.
Baltimore County Public Employees had an opportunity to meet and greet the leadership of the two local unions affiliated with AFT-Maryland, which represent them. Baltimore County Federation of Public Employees (BCFPE) and the Baltimore County Federation of Public Health Nurses (BCFPHN) executive boards welcomed and engaged members at the Drumcastle Center in Towson, MD.
AFT-Maryland member, Valentina Washington, has been named a semi-finalist for AFT's Everyday Hero program in the Public Employees division. Valentina is a member of Baltimore County Federation of Public Employees, and their Area IV Vice President.
You can read all of the nominees' stories, and cast your vote for candidates in the Teacher, PSRP, Public Employee, Higher Education, Nurses & Health Professionals, Early Childhood, and Retiree by visiting http://www.aft.org/vote-now-your-aft-everyday-hero.
Unions are only as strong as the solidarity they create. They often find their strength in numbers, as they connect different people with different interest to one goal. To that end, members & staff of AFT-Maryland took to the picket line to support their sisters and brothers in labor from the Communication Workers Association (CWA).
The Michigan House of Representatives, ignoring fierce opposition from the Democratic minority, passed a dead-of-night financial aid package for Detroit Public Schools that had been twisted into a partisan screed against Detroit teachers and school employees.