I.B.E.W. Local Union 379
Serving The Carolinas Since 1926

  • General Mar 26, 2018
    SPCLC Weekly Newsletter March 26th 2018
    by admin Thrower

    “Durham City Council wants to overturn ban on collective bargaining” Did you ever think you would read that headline in a NC newspaper? Durham city council will vote on April 2nd to pass a resolution in support of recognizing the city workers union. Let that sink in sisters and brothers, times must be a-changin’. Let us take inspiration from our peers in Durham.  Believing the impossible is possible, let us march forward in unity and work to bring power back to the people of our state! Happy Monday!

    In Solidarity, Ashley Hawkins


    The March CLC meeting will be held THIS Thursday, March 29th at the IBEW Hall.  1900 Cross Beam Drive, Charlotte NC.  Executive board to meet at 6:00pm. Meeting at 7:00pm.  Dinner provided. Two open trustee positions will be filled by Special Election.


    Candidate Screening Continues!

    Screening Dates Legislative and County Commission Races: If you can join us!

                               Sat 3/31 9:00am-1:00pm-ish

    Dan McCready (US HD 9) before the CLC meeting on 3/29 at 6:30p

    For more information call Jackie Sandle, COPE Chair at 704-819-4037

    Twitter Power Academy starts Tuesday! Our digital activists have been hard at work for the last two weeks in the NC AFL-CIO Twitter Power Academy! There are five webinars left in the series and you can still sign up if you are interested in learning how to grow your local union’s social media reach and power!


    #longread In These Times tells the inspiring story of how a small public sector union formed by support staff at the University of Tennessee saved thousands of jobs from privatization.

    NLRB to hear the case for organizing a small segment of workers at Charleston’s Boeing plant.  

    The National Labor Relations Board is currently engaging in some very fishy behavior.  Lawyers conjecture that the conservative leaning board is in a rush to settle a case involving unjustly fired McDonald’s franchise employees to avoid setting a pro-worker precedent.


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