Filipino Solidarity Event Held at MCEA HQ

Labor solidarity and support for workers extends beyond the shores of the United States. International solidarity is a hallmark of AFT’s commitment to workers’ rights across the globe. AFT-Maryland and MCEA Local 1935 demonstrated that commitment by hosting a reception for labor activists touring the United States to promote workers’ rights, economic justice, and fair democracy in the Philippines. 
 
The event began with opening remarks from AFT-Maryland President Kenya Campbell who stressed the importance of worker solidarity. She laid out the state federation’s commitment to ... CLICK TO READ

MCEA and AFT-Maryland welcome union leaders from the Philippines

AFT-Maryland Welcomes Mylene Cabalona, President of BPO Industries Employees Union (BIEN) of the Philippines

Join us on Wednesday, June 22, 2022 at MCEA Headquarters at 6pm for a reception and meet-and-greet with Mylene Cabalona, President of BIEN. BIEN captured the attention of the US labor movement when they refused to scab for Verizon during the Communication Workers of America's 2016 strike. 

MCEA joins with the Poor Peoples Campaign March & Caravan

This Friday, June 17th, at 10am, MCEA and AFT-Maryland will be joining the opening rally of the Poor Peoples March and Caravan from Baltimore to DC.

 

When: Friday, June 17, 10am to 12pm

Where: Baltimore City Hall, 100 Holliday St., Baltimore, MD 21202

What: Opening Rally of the Poor Peoples March & Caravan

Harford County Site Visits - Week of May 23, 2022

MCEA representatives will be visiting Harford County worksites on a regular basis moving forward. It is crucial that we stay connected so that we can meet our goals: a workplace that is fair and respectful. We spend more than a third of our daily lives at work--let's make it a good experience!

Collective Bargaining Wins for MCEA Chapter 610 - Harford County *Updated - Time Change*

MCEA Chapter 610 leaders - President Jake Sagner, Secretary Joy Clark, and Treasurer Stan Divelbliss - with assistance from MCEA Labor Relations Specialist Mike Keeney sat down with Harford County government management to negotiate next year's Memorandum of Understanding.

Thanks to the membership's support and their leaders' perserverance, Chapter 610 walked away with some important victories: