Greater Boston Labor Council

160 unions representing over 90,000 members in Arlington, Belmont, Boston, Brookline, Cambridge, Chelsea, Everett, Lexington, Lincoln, Malden, Medford, Melrose, Needham, Newton, Revere, Somerville, Stoneham, Waltham, Watertown, Wellesley, Weston, Winchester, Winthrop, and Woburn.

With just three and a half weeks until the election, start making your plan to vote including learning about your local races and selecting candidates.

Upcoming "Yes on 1" Actions

The Massachusetts Nurses Association is calling on the Greater Boston labor community to participate in their visibility actions outside the upcoming two debates

As of this (Wednesday morning), Marriott workers have walked off the job at the seven Boston hotels managed by the Marriott Corporatio

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Thank you to the hundreds of people, over 35 unions and organizations that showed solidarity with the locked out steel workers at national grid.

SOLIDARITY RALLY & MARCH

#EndTheLockOut

Support locked out workers in their fight against National Grid

Wednesday, July 18 4pm

March from Boston City Hall to the MA State House

Special Guest: Joey McIntyre, of New Kids on the Block

No court decision can stifle the hopes, dreams and aspirations of working people that can only be achieved with a union and a voice on the job. I know with our strong group of innovative union leaders, a deep union culture and an energized rank and file membership Boston will always be a union city!

On April 26, 2018  the GBLC joined the Metro Boston Building Trades Council, several of our affiliates, and community partners as the "Somervile Stands Together" Coalition in a march to Somerville City Hall to demand that the elected officials representing Somerville take a stand for a city that works for everyone.

The Somerville Stands Together Coalition demands that  elected officials to stand for workplace standards and conditions that are good for all workers.  That means the following:

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Tell Congress to repeal the tax cuts for the wealthy and corporations instead of cutting the vital programs that benefit nearly one-third of the U.S. population.

Unions help build a better life for working people but the wealthy are trying to further rig the economic system in their favor. Show your support for unions.

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