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Solidarity Committee of The Capital District Records

1978-2009

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Abstract

The Greyhound Strikers Solidarity Committee of the Capital District was created by Albany-area labor union activists in support of the autumn 1983 Amalgamated Transit Union strike against Greyhound Bus Lines. After the strike, the group was reconstituted as the Solidarity Committee of the Capital District (SCCD) and worked to support hundreds of strikes and labor activities in Eastern New York, across the country, and in Latin America.

Summary

Creator:
Solidarity Committee of The Capital District
Date Coverage:
1978-2009
Quantity:
20.8 cubic ft. (about 20.8 boxes)  and 11 videotapes

The Greyhound Strikers Solidarity Committee of the Capital District was created by Albany, New York-area labor union activists who supported the autumn 1983 Amalgamated Transit Union strike against Greyhound Bus Lines. After the strike ended, the organization was reconstituted as the Solidarity Committee of the Capital District (SCCD), a standing committee of the Albany County Federation of Labor (ACFL) [Solidarity Council of the Capital District (SCCD) meeting minutes, 12 January 1984; Greyhound Lines Strike folder, in Series 3, Subject Files, 1980-90, Solidarity Committee of the Capital District Records, 1980-90. The Greyhound strike precipitated similar developments elsewhere in the United States. See Kim Moody, An Injury to All: The Decline of American Unionism, Haymarket Series, ed. Mike Davis and Michael Sprinker (London: Verso, 1988), 309-13]. The ACFL was the umbrella organization of area AFL-CIO union locals, but the relations between the SCCD, which welcomed members of non-AFL-CIO unions, and the AFL-CIO were often tense. In early 1990, the Schenectady Central Labor Council complained that the SCCD was overstepping the ACFL's geographic jurisdiction. National AFL-CIO officials then asserted that the January 1984 ACFL meeting minutes made no mention of the SCCD's standing committee status and that the SCCD thus had no formal ties to the AFL-CIO [SCCD meeting minutes, 14 May 1987, 11 January 1990, and 24 January 1990, in Series 1, Meeting Minutes, 1983-90, Solidarity Committee of the Capital District Records; Solidarity Notes, February 1990 and April 1990, in Series 2, Solidarity Notes, 1983-90, Solidarity Committee of the Capital District Records, 1984-90]. The SCCD followed through by drafting a resolution that established their ties to the Albany County Federation of Labor since 1984. The resolution was presented at the March 7, 1990 meeting of the ACFL and passed as a constitutional amendment, thereby recognizing the SCCD as a standing committee of the AFL-CIO [Solidarity Committee subject files, Series 3/Box 1/Folder 10. "Albany County Central Federation of Labor- Solidarity Challenge" (1990)].

The SCCD's mission is "to promote solidarity and understanding of the labor movement, through educating and organizing in times of need". Its founders envisioned an organization that would organize and support strikes, protest closures of manufacturing plants, aid unemployed workers, lobby for political and economic reform, and organize non-union workers [SCCD meeting minutes, 12 January 1984]. Their vision continues to guide the SCCD's activities through the present day. They sponsor showings of labor-oriented films, establish training sessions for labor organizers, and consistently support workers engaged in area labor disputes.

While the SCCD's purpose originated with the Amalgamated Transit Union strike in Albany, NY, it was not long before their helping hands extended well beyond New York's Capital Region. Over the years, the SCCD began supporting labor efforts throughout New York State, then across the northeast, until eventually they were active in national issues (ex. the table-grape boycott initiated by the United Farm Workers). Now their specialty is providing financial and psychological support to workers engaged in labor disputes throughout the United States while raising awareness of labor issues worldwide [For the SCCD's support of the grape boycott, see the Grape Boycott -- United Farm Workers folder, in Series 3, Subject Files, 1980-90]. Although chiefly concerned with labor issues, the SCCD is also actively interested in many other social issues. It has ties to reform-oriented organizations such as the Student Association of the University at Albany, SUNY and the New York State [Family] Farm Association [SCCD Meeting Minutes, 14 May 1987, in Series 1, Meeting Minutes, 1983-90, and Solidarity Notes, July 1987, September 1987, June 1988, and April 1990, in Series 2, Solidarity Notes, 1984-90], and has supported campaigns against South African apartheid Solidarity Notes, April 1985 and March 1990, in Series 2, Solidarity Notes, 1984-90, and Apartheid Protests in Albany, NY folder and Divestment Lobbying Day, Albany, NY (March 19, 1985) folder, in Series 3, Subject Files, 1980-90], human-rights abuses in Central and Latin America [SCCD meeting minutes, 9 July 1987 and 17 March 1989, in Series 1, Meeting Minutes, 1983-90, and Solidarity Notes, February 1988, September 1988, February 1990, and March 1990, in Series 2, Solidarity Notes, 1984-90], nuclear weapons proliferation [SCCD meeting minutes, 14 February 1985 and 9 April 1987, in Series 1, Meeting Minutes, 1983-90, and Solidarity Notes, April 1987, in Series 2, Solidarity Notes, 1984-90], and use of synthetic bovine growth hormone [SCCD meeting minutes, 13 April 1989, in Series 1, Meeting Minutes, 1983-90, and Solidarity Notes, August 1987 and March 1990, in Series 2, Solidarity Notes, 1984-90].

In the 1990s, the Solidarity Committee expanded their international efforts to include Latin America, Asia and Africa. Most notably, the Committee was involved in anti-apartheid demonstrations, boycotts, and food and clothing drives. In Latin America, the SCCD was especially interested in the problems going on in Nicaragua and El Salvador. They participated in a caravan to El Salvador that provided much-needed supplies. They also took an active interest in the role of Coca-Cola Corporation in Guatemala and the UFW's grape boycott.

A chairman, a treasurer, and a secretary perform most of the Solidarity Committee's administrative work. Subcommittees charged with coordinating various activities are formed as needed. Members attend monthly meetings that are open to all, and yearly dues are contributed voluntarily by unions and individuals alike. Some special events and causes require their own fundraising efforts during the year. The SCCD also publishes a monthly newsletter, Solidarity Notes, which keeps activists informed of SCCD's latest concerns [Courtesy of the website for the Solidarity Committee of the Capital District]. The Committee has faithfully maintained its local presence, continuing the annual Martin Luther King, Jr. and Labor Day festivities that it began in Albany years ago.

These records document the formation and activities of the Solidarity Committee of the Capital District (SCCD), a group of activists from New York State's capital district-area labor unions and social-reform organizations, and its links to the larger labor movement.

The collection contains minutes of all SCCD meetings held between November 1983 and May 1990; however, the minutes vary greatly in level of detail. Minutes from 2002-'03 (acquired 2005) are missing months and also vary in their level of detail. Additional administrative materials include correspondence, mailing lists, and financial records. There is also an extensive run (July 1984-February 2009) of the SCCD's monthly newsletter, Solidarity Notes, which began publication in 1984.

The bulk of the collection consists of subject files, some predating the founding of the SCCD and its predecessor organization, the Greyhound Strikers' Solidarity Committee of the Capital District. Most of the files concern labor disputes taking place in northeastern New York, but some files document strikes and other forms of protest taking place elsewhere in the United States or abroad (including Guatemala and South Africa). The files shed light upon the activities of a host of unions, including: Amalgamated Clothing and Textile Workers Union, Amalgamated Transit Union, American Federation of Grain Millers, Aluminum, Brick, and Glass Workers International Union, Brotherhood of Maintenance of Way Employees, Civil Service Employee Association, Communications Workers of America, International Association of Bridge, Structural, and Ornamental Ironworkers, International Association of Machinists, International Federation of Flight Attendants, International Leather Goods, Plastic, and Novelty Workers Union, International Longshoremen's Association, Laundry and Dry Cleaners International Union, National Association of Broadcast Engineers and Technicians, Oil, Chemical, and Atomic Workers Unions, Professional Air Traffic Controllers Organization, Service Employees International Union, United Auto Workers, United Farm Workers, United Food and Commercial Workers, United Mine Workers of America, United Paperworkers International Union, and United Steelworkers of America. Of particular note are copies of personal correspondence between actor and labor activist Ed Asner and SCCD chairman John Funicello.

Many of the files contain photographs, most notably, photos of Cesar Chavez and Jesse Jackson during Chavez's hunger strike in 1988 and photos of Solidarity Committee members at rallies and being arrested.

The subject files in Series 3 are divided into two alphabetical subseries. The materials in those subseries were arranged and described at two different times, several years apart, so rather than try to fit the new acquisitions into the existing subject files (which would have needed extensive rearranging and renumbering), we simply created a second series of subject files, A-Z. With that in mind, a researcher looking for information on the Albany Public Library, for instance, would want to look at both subseries for files on that topic.

The collection is organized as follows:

Series 1: Administrative Files, 1983-2000
Series 2: Solidarity Notes, 1984-2001
Series 3: Subject Files, 1978-2000
Series 4: Photographs, 1988-1993
Series 5: Videotapes, 1994-1997, undated
.

Series arrangement statement: SUNY will complete.

Related Material

Related Collections in the M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives can be found in the subject guides for Labor and Conservation and the Environment. Of particular interest are the papers of Lawrence S. Wittner (APAP-100), which provide additional information about social activism in the Capital Region. Additional information about the campaign to stop Hydro-Quebec's James Bay project can be found in the records of Environmental Advocates of New York (APAP-104), the Sierra Club Atlantic Chapter (APAP-130), and Nancy Papish (APAP-144).

Reproductions of items from this collection are available in the exhibit Documenting Labor Inside and Out: Labor History in New York State's Capital District.

In 1990, materials were lent to the University Libraries, M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives, for photocopying, which totaled roughly .75 cubic feet. In April 2000, 6 cubic feet of material was transferred, including many of the original files as well as some new material. Additional records were transferred in September 2000 (10 cubic feet), March 2001 (3 cubic feet), and June 2005 (2.1 cubic feet).

Processed by: Geoffrey Huth (1990), Bonita L. Weddle (1999), Rosann Santos (2000), Kerry Lynch (2009) in 1990/2009.

Collection record created by: Conversion and encoding by ArchProteus,

Published: 2015

EAD file created, 2014

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Copyright Statement

The researcher assumes full responsibility for conforming with the laws of copyright. Whenever possible, the M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives will provide information about copyright owners and other restrictions, but the legal determination ultimately rests with the researcher. Requests for permission to publish material from this collection should be discussed with the Head of Special Collections and Archives.

Preferred citation for this material is as follows:

Identification of specific item, series, box, folder, Solidarity Committee of The Capital District Records, 1978-2009. M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives, University Libraries, University at Albany, State University of New York (hereafter referred to as [shortened name]).

Contents of Collection

Quantity: 0.8 cubic ft. (about 0.8 boxes)
This series contains photocopies of meeting agendas and minutes and routine administrative records of the Solidarity Commitee of the Capital District. The minutes document the circumstances leading to the formation of the SCCD, its mission, and many of its subsequent activities. Some sets of minutes are highly detailed, but others consist of brief handwritten notes made on the margins of meeting agendas. Minutes of the SCCD's predecessor organization, the Greyhound Strikers Solidarity Committee of the Capital District, are housed in the Greyhound Lines Strike folder in the Subject Files series.
Arranged alphabetically.
BoxFolderContentsDate

nam_apap042-1_1

11Agendas1984-2005

nam_apap042-1_2

12Correspondence1980-1993

nam_apap042-1_3

13Correspondence1994-2003

nam_apap042-1_4

14Dues Requests1991-2008

nam_apap042-1_5

15Financial Records 1984-2001

(See Oversized Box 1).

nam_apap042-1_6

16Financial Records, Fundraising1987

nam_apap042-1_7

17Flyers and Pamphlets 1989-2008

(See Oversized Box 1).

nam_apap042-1_8

18General Information (Mission, by-laws, etc)1985-1991

nam_apap042-1_9

21Grant Inquiries1993

nam_apap042-1_10

22Letterheadca. 1980s-1990s

nam_apap042-1_11

23Mailing Lists1987-1998

nam_apap042-1_12

24Meeting Minutes1983-1993

nam_apap042-1_13

25Meeting Minutes2002-2003

nam_apap042-1_14

26Membership1984-1993

nam_apap042-1_15

27Membership Meeting1992 December

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28Memorabilia Undated

4 Buttons that say "I'm Labor Party Advocate" in Oversize Box.

nam_apap042-1_17

29NotesUndated

nam_apap042-1_18

210Office Database System Manual1996

nam_apap042-1_19

211Phone TreeUndated

nam_apap042-1_20

212Programming1983-1992

nam_apap042-1_21

213Programming, Film Series1984-1985, 2003-2004

nam_apap042-1_22

214Solidarity Housing, Inc.1989-1990
Quantity: 1.2 cubic ft. (about 1.2 boxes)
This series consists of the monthly newsletter published by the SCCD. It documents the SCCD's active involvement in a broad array of labor-related issues and the activities of many Capital District and New York State union locals.
Arranged chronologically.
BoxFolderContentsDate

nam_apap042-2_1

11 Solidarity Notes 1984-1987

(January to June and December 1984 missing; February and August 1985 missing).

nam_apap042-2_2

12 Solidarity Notes 1988-1990

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13 Solidarity Notes 1991-1992

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14 Solidarity Notes 1993-1994

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21 Solidarity Notes 1995-1996

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22 Solidarity Notes 1997-1998

(September 1997 missing).

nam_apap042-2_7

23 Solidarity Notes 1999

(only one copy of September 1999).

nam_apap042-2_8

24 Solidarity Notes 2000

(October 2000 missing).

nam_apap042-2_9

25 Solidarity Notes 2001

(only one copy each of June and October 2001).

nam_apap042-2_10

26 Solidarity Notes 2002

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27 Solidarity Notes 2003

nam_apap042-2_12

28 Solidarity Notes 2004

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31 Solidarity Notes 2005

(only one copy each of January-March and August-December; October 2005 missing).

nam_apap042-2_14

32 Solidarity Notes 2006

(only one copy each of January, March-July, and October-December 2006).

nam_apap042-2_15

33 Solidarity Notes 2007

(only one copy each of January-May and September; missing June-August and October and November 2007).

nam_apap042-2_16

34 Solidarity Notes 2008

(only one copy each of April and November 2008).

nam_apap042-2_17

35 Solidarity Notes 2009 (January-July)
Quantity: 13.8 cubic ft. (about 13.8 boxes)
This subseries consists of photocopies of newspaper and magazine clippings, legal documents, union publications, and other materials pertaining to issues and campaigns in which the SCCD was interested in and/or involved with. Some files document the SCCD's opposition to apartheid, human-rights abuses, and corporate farming. Others detail its support for labor disputes involving a host of unions including: Amalgamated Clothing and Textile Workers Union, Amalgamated Transit Union, American Federation of Grain Millers, Aluminum, Brick, and Glass Workers International Union, Brotherhood of Maintenance of Way Employees, Civil Service Employee Association, Communications Workers of America, International Association of Bridge, Structural, and Ornamental Ironworkers, International Association of Machinists, International Federation of Flight Attendants, International Leather Goods, Plastic, and Novelty Workers Union, International Longshoremen's Association, Laundry and Dry Cleaners International Union, National Association of Broadcast Engineers and Technicians, Oil, Chemical, and Atomic Workers Unions, Professional Air Traffic Controllers Organization, Service Employees International Union, United Auto Workers, United Farm Workers, United Food and Commercial Workers, United Mine Workers of America, United Paperworkers International Union, and United Steelworkers of America. Of particular note are copies of personal correspondence between actor and labor activist Ed Asner and SCCD chairman John Funicello.The material in this subseries was acquired several years after the initial subject files were created. Due to the time-intensive nature of adding them to the existing subject files, then re-numbering the folders and boxes, this second A-Z subseries was added instead. Some of the files found in this subseries contain further information about topics in Subseries #1, including James Bay/HydroQuebec, United Farm Workers, the Workers' Rights Board, General Electric, child labor, and hunger issues. Other files are new to the list, such as Korean labor unions, the National Commission for Democracy in Mexico, Earthwise Education Center, prison reform & correctional officers' rights, Schenectady economic improvements, and many more. As with the first subseries, topics range from local (Albany, NY area & NY State), to national, to international. Some files have just a few pages of information while others have much more, just as some contain accompanying photos while others do not.The "Solidarity Committee 25th Anniversary" folder's main content is a DVD showing the SCCD's anniversary celebration on November 1, 2008. The DVD is 2 hours, 36 minutes in length.
Arranged alphabetically.
Material in this subseries was acquired in and prior to 2000. See Sub-series 2 for alphabetized subject files acquired in 2002 and 2005.
BoxFolderContentsDate

nam_apap042-3_1

11AFL/CIO1991-1992

nam_apap042-3_2

12AFL/CIO, Assistance Programs especially Drug and Alcohol1988-1994

nam_apap042-3_3

13AFL/CIO, "Common Sense Economics for Working Families"1998

nam_apap042-3_4

14AFL/CIO, Constitution and Bylaws1988

nam_apap042-3_5

15AFL/CIO-COPE Convention, New York1993, 1998

nam_apap042-3_6

16AFL/CIO, Correspondence1989-1998

nam_apap042-3_7

17AFL/CLO, Executive Council Report1999

nam_apap042-3_8

18AFL/CLO, Legislative Issues1990-1999

nam_apap042-3_9

19AFL/CLO, MiscellaneousUndated

nam_apap042-3_10

110AFL/CLO, Newsletters1984-1999

nam_apap042-3_11

21AFL/CIO, Organizing Symposium1995

nam_apap042-3_12

22AFL/CLO, Public Employee Division, Mailings1997-1999

nam_apap042-3_13

23AFL/CIO, Union Label Service Trades Department 1998-1999

(See Oversized Box 1).

nam_apap042-3_14

24Airborne Express, Teamsters1995

nam_apap042-3_15

25Albany Bus Company Strike1991

nam_apap042-3_16

26Albany County Federation of Labor, Minutes and Notes1998-2000

nam_apap042-3_17

27Albany Public Library1995

nam_apap042-3_18

28Albany Yellow Communications, Inc.1991, 1997

nam_apap042-3_19

29Alcoa Strike, Massena, NY, Aluminum, Brick, and Glass Workers International Union, Local 4201986

nam_apap042-3_20

210Alliance for Democracy1997

nam_apap042-3_21

211Allied Industrial Workers, Local 8371993

nam_apap042-3_22

212AlTech Specialty Steel, Strike1986, 1997

nam_apap042-3_23

31Aluminum Workers1993-1994

nam_apap042-3_24

32American Income Life Insurance, Labor Letter1989-1999

nam_apap042-3_25

33American Linen Supply Company Strike, Laundry and Dry Cleaners International Union, Local 2011985

nam_apap042-3_26

34American Postal Workers Union, Arbitration Awards1983-1989

nam_apap042-3_27

35American Postal Workers Union, Clippings1989-1999

nam_apap042-3_28

36American Postal Workers Union, Committee on Political Actions1989

nam_apap042-3_29

37American Postal Workers Union, Compliance with the 1988 Budget, GAO Report1988

nam_apap042-3_30

38American Postal Workers Union, Conferences1998-2000

nam_apap042-3_31

39American Postal Workers Union, Correspondence1987-1999

nam_apap042-3_32

310American Postal Workers Union, A Guide for the Craft Employee in Dealing with the US Postal Inspection Service1988

nam_apap042-3_33

311American Postal Workers Union, Housekeeping Postal Office Maintenance GrievanceUndated

nam_apap042-3_34

41American Postal Workers Union, Local Safety Officer's Handbook1992

nam_apap042-3_35

42American Postal Workers Union, MiscellaneousUndated

nam_apap042-3_36

43American Postal Workers Union, Newsletters 1989, 1999

(See Oversized Boxes 1-2).

nam_apap042-3_37

44American Postal Workers Union, Pregnancy Leave1978-1985

nam_apap042-3_38

45American Postal Workers Union, Tentative Collective Bargaining Agreement1998-2000

nam_apap042-3_39

46American Postal Workers Union, USPS Albany Division Drivers ManualUndated

nam_apap042-3_40

47Asia1995-1996

nam_apap042-3_41

48Asner, Ed, Correspondence1982, 1985, 1986

nam_apap042-3_42

49AT&T Strike, Communication Workers of America1986

nam_apap042-3_43

410BASF Strike, Oil, Chemical and Atomic Workers, Local 4-6201985-1986

nam_apap042-3_44

411Blueprint for Social Justice1990-1993

nam_apap042-3_45

412Brotherhood of Maintenance of Way Employees, Strike against Maine Central Railroad and Guilford Railroad1986-1989

nam_apap042-3_46

51Capital District Coalition Against Apartheid and Racism1985

nam_apap042-3_47

52Capital District Farmers' Market Association, Inc.1987-1988

nam_apap042-3_48

53Capital District Labor-Religion Coalition1983, 1987

nam_apap042-3_49

54Caravan Performance, Albany1988

nam_apap042-3_50

55Cargill Strike, American Federation of Grain Miller, Local 5401984-1986

nam_apap042-3_51

56CAT Workers, Caterpillar1992

nam_apap042-3_52

57Cement Workers1988, 1990

nam_apap042-3_53

58Central Federation of Labor, Albany County1990

nam_apap042-3_54

59Chinese Staff and Workers Association1992, 1994-1995

nam_apap042-3_55

510Civil Service Employee Association (CSEA)1984-1989

nam_apap042-3_56

511Coalition for Labor Reform1993-1994

nam_apap042-3_57

512Coalition for Social and Economic Justice1990-1992

nam_apap042-3_58

513Coca Cola, Guatemala1984

nam_apap042-3_59

514Colt Industries Strike, United Auto Workers1986-1987

nam_apap042-3_60

61Commissioners' Management and Leadership Seminar, Workshop Summary1991

nam_apap042-3_61

62Commissioners' Management and Leadership Seminar, Employee Involvement Programs1991

nam_apap042-3_62

63Commisioners' Managements and Leadership Seminar, Leadership/ Team Building Resource Manual1991

nam_apap042-3_63

64Communication Workers of America1986-1987

nam_apap042-3_64

65 The Communicator 1999

nam_apap042-3_65

66Community Referral Center1990-1991

nam_apap042-3_66

67Con-Way Express Strike, Teamsters Local 2941990-1992

nam_apap042-3_67

68Copper Strike, News Clippings and Donations1984-1985

nam_apap042-3_68

71Corporate Welfare, IBM1995

nam_apap042-3_69

72Corporate Welfare, Reports by New York State Senator Franz Leichter1995

nam_apap042-3_70

73Coyne Textiles, Unite Local 66L1996

nam_apap042-3_71

74Crestline1995

nam_apap042-3_72

75Daily News Strike1990

nam_apap042-3_73

76Debt Framers' Union, South Central India1985-1986

nam_apap042-3_74

77Democratic Economy1991-1992

nam_apap042-3_75

78Demoreau Vending1984

nam_apap042-3_76

79Directory of Labor Union and Employee Organizations in New York State1994

nam_apap042-3_77

710Displaced Homemakers1987

nam_apap042-3_78

711Divestment Lobby Day, Albany1985 March 19

nam_apap042-3_79

712Eastern Airlines Strike1989-1990

nam_apap042-3_80

713Economic Development1982-1993

nam_apap042-3_81

714Endicott Local 8261991

nam_apap042-3_82

81Environment, The Adirondacks1992-1993

nam_apap042-3_83

82Environment, "Altered Immune Status in Aluminum Reduction Plant Workers"1989

nam_apap042-3_84

83Environment, Building a Movement1990, 1991, 1995

nam_apap042-3_85

84Environment, Citizens' Environmental Coalition1991-1993

nam_apap042-3_86

85Environment, News Clippings1992-1993

nam_apap042-3_87

86Environment, Conferences1991-1992

nam_apap042-3_88

87Environment, "Draft Study for a Hudson Valley Greenway" 1990

(See Oversized Box 2).

nam_apap042-3_89

88Environment, "Economic and Social Implication of Waste in US Agriculture and Food Sectors"1990

nam_apap042-3_90

89Environment, Greenpeace 1990-1993

(See Oversized Box 2).

nam_apap042-3_91

810Environment, Hazardous Materials1985-1993

nam_apap042-3_92

811Environment, Legislation1990-1992

nam_apap042-3_93

812Environment, Nationwide Environmental Groups' Information and Newsletters1992-1993

nam_apap042-3_94

91Environment, "New York under a Cloud: The Need to prevent Toxic Chemical Accidents" 1989

(See Oversized Box 2).

nam_apap042-3_95

92Environment, Sierra Club1990-1993

nam_apap042-3_96

93Environment, "Waste Not: Garbage as an Economic Resource for the Northeast"1991

nam_apap042-3_97

94Fair Tax Committee1992, 1995

nam_apap042-3_98

95Farmers1990-1992

nam_apap042-3_99

96Farmers1993-1998

nam_apap042-3_100

97"Fighting the Wrong Wars: Assessing New York's Executive Budget in Economic, Social and Fiscal Context"1998-1999

nam_apap042-3_101

98Fiscal Policy Institute1995

nam_apap042-3_102

99Fleet Workers1996

nam_apap042-3_103

910Food Pantries in the Capital DistrictUndated

nam_apap042-3_104

101Fulton County Economic Development1988-1989

nam_apap042-3_105

102Furniture Workers1994

nam_apap042-3_106

103General Electric1991-1992

nam_apap042-3_107

104Glove Workers' Strikes1984-1988

nam_apap042-3_108

105Greenway Testimony1990 October 10

nam_apap042-3_109

106Greyhound Strike1983

nam_apap042-3_110

107Greyhound Strike1982 December-1984 April

nam_apap042-3_111

111Greyhound Strike1983-1984

nam_apap042-3_112

112Greyhound Strike1986

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113Greyhound Strike, Amalgamated Council of Greyhound Local Unions1990-1992

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114Greyhound Strike, Amalgamated Transit Union, Local 1202 1990

(See Oversized Box 2).

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115Greyhound Strike, Amalgamated Transit Union, Local 12021990

nam_apap042-3_116

116Greyhound Strike, News Clippings1990-1993

nam_apap042-3_117

117Greyhound Strike, Coresspondence1990-1992

nam_apap042-3_118

118Greyhound Strike, Damage Reports1990

nam_apap042-3_119

121Greyhound Strike, Flyers and Newsletter1990

nam_apap042-3_120

122Greyhound Strike, Greyhound Amalgamated Trusts1990

nam_apap042-3_121

123Greyhound Strike, Miscellaneous1990

nam_apap042-3_122

124Greyhound Strike, Vermont Transit Bus Drivers' UnionUndated

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125Harness Horsemen's Association1993-1995

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126Health Care Project1985-1993

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127Health Care Project1985-1993

nam_apap042-3_126

128Health Issues1990-1999

nam_apap042-3_127

129Hormel Strike, United Food and Commercial Workers, Local P-199 1987, Undated

(See Oversized Box 2).

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1210Housing1989-1990

nam_apap042-3_129

1211Human Rights1988-1992

nam_apap042-3_130

1212Human Rights1990-1992

nam_apap042-3_131

131Hunger Action Network of New York State1988-1993

nam_apap042-3_132

132Immigration1991-1995

nam_apap042-3_133

133Imperial Foods, Inc., Wanted Posters1991

nam_apap042-3_134

134Indians1991-1993

nam_apap042-3_135

135Industrial Development Agencies1995

nam_apap042-3_136

136Injured Workers1989-1991

nam_apap042-3_137

137International Longshoremen's Association, Local 333, Port of Albany1988-1989

nam_apap042-3_138

138International Longshoremen's Association, Local 333, Port of Albany1988-1989

nam_apap042-3_139

139Ironworkers Local 534, Menands Lockout1985-1989

nam_apap042-3_140

1310The Island, Yearbook1923-1988

nam_apap042-3_141

1311IUE Local 301 History1985-1987

nam_apap042-3_142

141James Bay II, Aluminière Alouette et. al. versus Commission d'Accès à l'Information et. al1991

nam_apap042-3_143

142James Bay II, Arctic Circle1990-1991

nam_apap042-3_144

143James Bay II, Audubon1990-1991

nam_apap042-3_145

144James Bay II, Ban the Dam Jam1991

nam_apap042-3_146

145James Bay II, "The Buck Stops Here?"1994

nam_apap042-3_147

146James Bay II, News Clippings1989-1990

nam_apap042-3_148

147James Bay II, News Clippings1991 January-1991 June

nam_apap042-3_149

148James Bay II, News Clippings1991 July-1991 December

nam_apap042-3_150

149James Bay II, News Clippings1992

nam_apap042-3_151

1410James Bay II, News Clippings1993-1995

nam_apap042-3_152

151James Bay II, Comments on Issues to be addressed in the New York State Energy Planning Report1991

nam_apap042-3_153

152James Bay II, Conseil Central de Montreal1991

nam_apap042-3_154

153James Bay II, Contract between Hydro-Quebec and Norsk Hydro CanadaUndated

nam_apap042-3_155

154James Bay II, Correspondence1990-1991

nam_apap042-3_156

155James Bay II, Correspondence1992-1994

nam_apap042-3_157

156James Bay II, Cree Regional Authority Annual Report1990-1991

nam_apap042-3_158

157James Bay II, Cree Regional Authority1991-1994

nam_apap042-3_159

158James Bay II, The CSN and the Great Whale Project1991

nam_apap042-3_160

159James Bay II, Damming the Rivers of James Bay: Folly of the CenturyUndated

nam_apap042-3_161

1510James Bay II, "Draft Guidelines for the Environment Impact Study of the Great Whale Hydroelectric Project"1992

nam_apap042-3_162

1511James Bay II, "Electricity Conservation in the Northwest: A Hindrance or a Help to Economic Development"1992

nam_apap042-3_163

1512James Bay II, "Employment Effects of Electricity Conservation: The Case of British Columbia"1991

nam_apap042-3_164

1513James Bay II, "Employment Impacts of Energy Development in New York State: Draft"1991

nam_apap042-3_165

1514James Bay II, "Employment Impacts of New York State Energy Options"1991

nam_apap042-3_166

1515James Bay II, "Energy Development in the Quebec Context"1989-1993

nam_apap042-3_167

1516James Bay II, "Everything You Wanted to Know about Power Smart"1991

nam_apap042-3_168

1517James Bay II, Fact Sheets on Hydro-Quebec's James Bay II ProjectUndated

nam_apap042-3_169

1518James Bay II, Flyers and PamphletsUndated

nam_apap042-3_170

1519James Bay II, Friedlander, Miriam1991

nam_apap042-3_171

1520James Bay II "Gambling for Gigabucks"1986

nam_apap042-3_172

1521James Bay II, "Guidelines for the Environment Impact Statement for the Proposed Great Whale River Hydroelectric Project"1992

nam_apap042-3_173

1522James Bay II, Innu Nation1992

nam_apap042-3_174

1523James Bay II, Action NetworkUndated

nam_apap042-3_175

1524James Bay II, James Bay Activists1991

nam_apap042-3_176

1525James Bay II, "The James Bay Power Project: The Environmental Cost of Reshaping the Geography of Northern Quebec"Undated

nam_apap042-3_177

1526James Bay II, James Bay Defense Coalition1991

nam_apap042-3_178

1527James Bay II, James Bay Publication Series1991

nam_apap042-3_179

1528James Bay II, Maps1989

nam_apap042-3_180

1529James Bay II, Memo Regarding Research on "Programme de Partage de Risques et Benefices"1991

nam_apap042-3_181

1530James Bay II, Miscellaneous1991, Undated

nam_apap042-3_182

1531James Bay II, Moynihan, Daniel P.1991

nam_apap042-3_183

1532James Bay II, "Megawatts: A Practical Remedy for Megagoofs"1985

nam_apap042-3_184

1533James Bay II, Newsletters1990-1991

nam_apap042-3_185

1534James Bay II, New York City Department of Telecommunications and Energy1991 July

nam_apap042-3_186

1535James Bay II, New York State Assembly1990-1992

nam_apap042-3_187

1536James Bay II, New York State Energy Office1992

nam_apap042-3_188

1537James Bay II, "New York's Revised Long-Run Avoided Costs and the Impact of the 800MW Hydro-Quebec/NYPA Contract"Undated

nam_apap042-3_189

1538James Bay II, "New York's Role in James Bay"1991

nam_apap042-3_190

1539James Bay II, NE Alliance to Protect James Bay1991

nam_apap042-3_191

1540James Bay II, NE Regional James Bay Action Conference1991 October 4-6

nam_apap042-3_192

1541James Bay II, Prudent Residents Opposed To Electric Cable Transmission (PROTECT)1990-1993

nam_apap042-3_193

1542James Bay II, Protected Economic Impact of the Revised Energy Sections of the State Building Code1987

nam_apap042-3_194

1543James Bay II, Publication Catalog, American Council for and Energy-Efficient Economy1990

nam_apap042-3_195

1544James Bay II, Resolutions, Statements, and Testimonies1991-1992

nam_apap042-3_196

1545James Bay II, Sierra Club1991

nam_apap042-3_197

1546James Bay II, Student Environmental Action Coalition (SEAC)1991

nam_apap042-3_198

1547James Bay II, Transcripts of Oral Comment, Hearing1990 September 17

nam_apap042-3_199

1548James Bay II, Utility Workers Union of America1990

nam_apap042-3_200

161Jobs with Justice1994-1999

nam_apap042-3_201

162Jobs with Justice, I'll Be There1996-1999

nam_apap042-3_202

163Joint Labor/ Management Relations Workshop, Participant Manual1991

nam_apap042-3_203

164"Just Cause"Undated

nam_apap042-3_204

165Labor Day Celebrations1984-1985

nam_apap042-3_205

166Labor Day Celebrations1986-1987, 1989-1991, 1997-1998, 2000, 2002

nam_apap042-3_206

171Labor Day Celebrations 1999-2000

(See Oversized Box 2).

nam_apap042-3_207

172Labor Day, Press Reactions1983

nam_apap042-3_208

173Labor Law1991-1992

nam_apap042-3_209

174Labor Notes1990-1993

nam_apap042-3_210

175Labor Notes, Team Concept School1991

nam_apap042-3_211

176Labor SongsUndated

nam_apap042-3_212

177Latin America1985-1988

nam_apap042-3_213

178Latin America1989-1996

nam_apap042-3_214

181Latin America, El Salvador1989-1995

nam_apap042-3_215

182Latin America, Guatemala1991-1995

nam_apap042-3_216

183Latin America, Haiti1997

nam_apap042-3_217

184Latin America, Mexico1989-1997

nam_apap042-3_218

185Latin America, National Labor Committee, Education Fund Support of Worker and Human Rights in Central America1995-1998

nam_apap042-3_219

186Latin America, Nicaragua1992

nam_apap042-3_220

187Latin America, US/Guatemala Labor Education Project1992-1997

nam_apap042-3_221

188Laundry Workers Strike, Stillwater1984-1985

nam_apap042-3_222

189Legal Services Staff Association1991-1992

nam_apap042-3_223

1810Living Wage Campaign1997-1998

nam_apap042-3_224

1811May Day Dinners1986, 1999, 2009

nam_apap042-3_225

1812Mexican Workers in Albany1994-1996

nam_apap042-3_226

1813Military1990

nam_apap042-3_227

191Minimum Wage1988

nam_apap042-3_228

192Minimum Wage1993

nam_apap042-3_229

193Minimum Wage1994

nam_apap042-3_230

194Minimum Wage1995

nam_apap042-3_231

195Minimum Wage1996-1997

nam_apap042-3_232

196Minimum Wage, Campaign for Living Minimum Wage1996

nam_apap042-3_233

197Minimum Wage, News Clippings1985-1992

nam_apap042-3_234

198Minimum Wage, News Clippings1993

nam_apap042-3_235

199Minimum Wage, News Clippings1994

nam_apap042-3_236

1910Minimum Wage, News Clippings1995

nam_apap042-3_237

201Minimum Wage, News Clippings1996-1997

nam_apap042-3_238

202Minimum Wage, Correspondence, Incoming1993-1995

nam_apap042-3_239

203Minimum Wage, Correspondence, Outgoing1991-1995

nam_apap042-3_240

204Minimum Wage, Earned Income Credit1993-1994

nam_apap042-3_241

205Minimum Wage, Leaflets1994-1995

nam_apap042-3_242

206Minimum Wage, Mailing ListsUndated

nam_apap042-3_243

207Minimum Wage, Maximum Wage Information1995

nam_apap042-3_244

208Minimum Wage, Meeting Notes and Minutes1994

nam_apap042-3_245

209Minimum Wage, Miscellaneous1993-1995

nam_apap042-3_246

2010Minimum Wage, New York State Department of Labor1993-1995

nam_apap042-3_247

2011Minimum Wage, New York State Labor Law1979-1991

nam_apap042-3_248

2012Minimum Wage, Papers by Fred Pfeiffer1994-1995

nam_apap042-3_249

2013Minimum Wage, Petitions1994-1997

nam_apap042-3_250

2014Minimum Wage, Press Releases1993-1995

nam_apap042-3_251

2015Minimum Wage, Prevailing Rate SchedulesUndated

nam_apap042-3_252

2016Minimum Wage, Public Hearing1995 March 21

nam_apap042-3_253

211Minimum Wage, Reports1994

nam_apap042-3_254

212Minimum Wage, Reports and Studies1993-1995

nam_apap042-3_255

213Minimum Wage, Resolutions1993

nam_apap042-3_256

214Minimum Wage, Teach In1995 February 16

nam_apap042-3_257

215Minimum WageUndated

nam_apap042-3_258

216Miscellaneous, Pamphlets, General ActivismUndated

nam_apap042-3_259

217Miscellaneous, CorrespondenceUndated

nam_apap042-3_260

221Miscellaneous, NewslettersUndated

nam_apap042-3_261

222Miscellaneous, NewslettersUndated

nam_apap042-3_262

223Miscellaneous, Newsletters and News ClippingsUndated

nam_apap042-3_263

224National Jobs for All Coalition1999

nam_apap042-3_264

225The Neighborhood Works1998

nam_apap042-3_265

226Newspaper Guild, Local 341985-1988

nam_apap042-3_266

227New Yorkers for Fiscal Fairness1998

nam_apap042-3_267

228New York State Assembly 1989-1999

(See Oversized Box 2).

nam_apap042-3_268

231New York State Capital Labor Parade1999

nam_apap042-3_269

232New York State Constitutional Convention1997-1998

nam_apap042-3_270

233New York State Department of Economic Development Capital Region Resource Manual1991

nam_apap042-3_271

234New York State Department of Economic Development Capital Region Resource Manual1991

nam_apap042-3_272

235New York State Farm Alliance1986-1989

nam_apap042-3_273

236New York State King Community Service Initiative1998

nam_apap042-3_274

237New York State Labor Party1996-1998

nam_apap042-3_275

238New York State Labor Party, Capital District and Metro Chapters1997-1999

nam_apap042-3_276

239New York State Labor Party, Education Conference1998-1999

nam_apap042-3_277

2310New York State Labor -Religion Coalition and New York State Interfaith Impact1991-1995

nam_apap042-3_278

2311New York State Legislative Workers1995

nam_apap042-3_279

241"New York's Persistent Energy Crisis: The Consequences of Overuse and the Availability of Power through Energy Efficiency"Undated

nam_apap042-3_280

242New York Solidarity, Pyramid Lake1991-1994

nam_apap042-3_281

243Nonviolence1989-1991

nam_apap042-3_282

244North America Free Trade Agreement1992-1993

nam_apap042-3_283

245North America Free Trade Agreement1992-1993

nam_apap042-3_284

251North America Free Trade Agreement1994-1999

nam_apap042-3_285

252North America Free Trade AgreementUndated

nam_apap042-3_286

253Nuclear Testing Bans1984-1988

nam_apap042-3_287

254Nurses, Visiting Nurses1985

nam_apap042-3_288

254Nurses, Seton Nurses1998

nam_apap042-3_289

255Nurses' Strike, Local 1199, Port Jervis, NY1994-1994

nam_apap042-3_290

256Occupational Safety and Health Administration1993-1995

nam_apap042-3_291

257Pittston Coal Strike1989

nam_apap042-3_292

258Plant Closings and Lay-off Moratorium1987

nam_apap042-3_293

259Plattsburgh Local 7881991

nam_apap042-3_294

2510Portec Strike, United Steel Workers of America, Local 86521986-1987

nam_apap042-3_295

2511Price Chopper1991

nam_apap042-3_296

2512Privatization 1989-1992

(See Oversize Box 2).

nam_apap042-3_297

261Professional Air Traffic Controllers Strike1981-1982

nam_apap042-3_298

262Public Citizen1998

nam_apap042-3_299

263Public Employees Federation1984-1985, 1999

nam_apap042-3_300

264Public Employees Federation, Policy Manual1994

nam_apap042-3_301

265Public Employees Federation, Policy Manual1994

nam_apap042-3_302

266"Race in the Workplace: Is Affirmative Action Working?"1991

nam_apap042-3_303

267Ravenswood Lockout, West Virginia1991-1992

nam_apap042-3_304

268Rhode Island1995

nam_apap042-3_305

269St. Anne's Institute Organizing, Albany, NY1985

nam_apap042-3_306

2610Salt Miners' Strike1986

nam_apap042-3_307

2611Save Our Cities1992

nam_apap042-3_308

2612Schenectady1995

nam_apap042-3_309

2613Schenectady Trash1996

nam_apap042-3_310

271Sealy MattressUndated

nam_apap042-3_311

272Service Employee International Union1984-1985

nam_apap042-3_312

273Siena College Speech about Mergers1987

nam_apap042-3_313

274Slate Workers' StrikeUndated

nam_apap042-3_314

275Solidarity1989-1993

nam_apap042-3_315

276Solidarnosc1988

nam_apap042-3_316

277Social Security Reform1998

nam_apap042-3_317

278South Africa, Flyers, Pamphlets1984-1986

nam_apap042-3_318

279South Africa1980-1984

nam_apap042-3_319

2710South Africa1985-1988

nam_apap042-3_320

281South Africa, News Clippings1983-1984

nam_apap042-3_321

282South Africa, News Clippings1985

nam_apap042-3_322

283South Africa, News Clippings1986, 1987

nam_apap042-3_323

284Supermarket Workers and the Teamsters1984-1988

nam_apap042-3_324

285Sweatshops1996-1997

nam_apap042-3_325

286"Testimony of the Union Procedures and Programmers Network"1991

nam_apap042-3_326

287Transamerica Coalition for Bargaining Strength1985

nam_apap042-3_327

288Transit Workers Strike1985

nam_apap042-3_328

289Troy Housing Authority1993

nam_apap042-3_329

2810TWA Strike, International Federation of Flight Attendants1985-1987

nam_apap042-3_330

2811UE SuperSteel1994-1995

nam_apap042-3_331

2812Union Made Product Directory1998

nam_apap042-3_332

291Unions and the High Performance Workplace1993

nam_apap042-3_333

292Unions Struggles1991-1992

nam_apap042-3_334

293Union Farm Workers, Grape Boycott1984-1987

nam_apap042-3_335

294Union Farm Workers, Grape Boycott1988

nam_apap042-3_336

295Union Farm Workers, Grape Boycott1989

nam_apap042-3_337

296Union Farm Workers, Grape Boycott1990-1995

nam_apap042-3_338

297Union Farm Workers, Grape Boycott, News Clippings1988

nam_apap042-3_339

301Union Farm Workers, Grape Boycott, News Clippings1989

nam_apap042-3_340

302Union Farm Workers, Grape Boycott, News Clippings1990-1991

nam_apap042-3_341

303Union Farm Workers, Grape Boycott, FlyersUndated

nam_apap042-3_342

304Union Farm Workers, Grape Boycott, Food and Justice1987-1988

nam_apap042-3_343

305Union Farm Workers, Grape Boycott, "The Impact of Pesticides used on California Table Grapes on Farmers, Consumers and the Environment"1989

nam_apap042-3_344

306Union Farm Workers, Grape Boycott, News from UFW1898-1990

nam_apap042-3_345

307Union Farm Workers, Grape BoycottUndated

nam_apap042-3_346

308United Paper Workers International Union, Local 871 against Tagsons Paper1982

nam_apap042-3_347

309United Paper Workers International Union, Strike in Rumford, ME1986

nam_apap042-3_348

3010United Paper Workers International Union, Strike against International Paper Co.1987-1988

nam_apap042-3_349

311United Paper Workers International Union1992-1993

nam_apap042-3_350

312United Paper Workers International Union, Local 1478, South Glens Falls Encore Paper Strike1985

nam_apap042-3_351

313United Parcel Service1997

nam_apap042-3_352

314United Staff Union Constitution1991

nam_apap042-3_353

315United Steelworkers of America, District, "Building Your Steelworkers Local"1993

nam_apap042-3_354

316United Steelworkers of America, Local 3701, Local News1991-1993

nam_apap042-3_355

317United University Professions1983-1993

nam_apap042-3_356

318University at Albany Field House Construction1989

nam_apap042-3_357

319The Vermont Job Gap, Phase I, Basic Needs and a Livable Wage1997

nam_apap042-3_358

3110Video Display Terminals and Safety1984-1986

nam_apap042-3_359

3111Viviano Macaroni1984

nam_apap042-3_360

3112Weekly Federal Employees' News Digest1988-1990

nam_apap042-3_361

3113Welfare Warriors1995-1997

nam_apap042-3_362

3114WMHT Organizing, National Association of Broadcast Employees and Technicians1985-1986

nam_apap042-3_363

3115WMHT Organizing, National Association of Broadcast Employees and Technicians1985-1987

nam_apap042-3_364

321Workers Rights Board, Public Hearing on Workfare1997

nam_apap042-3_365

322Workfare1995-1997

nam_apap042-3_366

323Workfare, Public Hearing, March 111997

nam_apap042-3_367

324Working USA1998

nam_apap042-3_368

325World Food Day, Albany1983

nam_apap042-3_369

325World Food Day, Churning1988

nam_apap042-3_370

326WRGB TV, Channel 6 Technicians' Strike1984 May-1984 June

nam_apap042-3_371

327Zinc Miners' Strike, United Steelworkers of America, Local 3701, Newsletter1986-1989

nam_apap042-3_372

328Zinc Miners' Strike, United Steelworkers of America, Local 37011988-1989

nam_apap042-3_373

329Zinc Miners' Strike, St. Lawrence County1985-1989

nam_apap042-3_374

3210Zinc Miners' Rally1988 December 3

nam_apap042-3_375

3311st Solidarity Pledge Drive1987

nam_apap042-3_376

332Activist Directory (By Campus Action)1992 September

nam_apap042-3_377

333AFSCME: Civil Rights Work1989

nam_apap042-3_378

334AFSCME: Native American Union Projects1994-1998

nam_apap042-3_379

335Agriculture- New York State1979-1995

nam_apap042-3_380

336Akwesasne: St. Regis Casinos & Police Standoff1990

nam_apap042-3_381

337Akwesasne: St. Regis Casinos & Police Standoff - Press Clippings1990

nam_apap042-3_382

338Akwesasne Union- Mohawk Nation1990-1994

nam_apap042-3_383

339Albany Community Land Trust: Appeal to NY Telephone1991

nam_apap042-3_384

3310Albany County Central Federation of Labor - Solidarity Challenge1990

nam_apap042-3_385

3311Albany Public Library: Blizzard Closings1993

nam_apap042-3_386

3312Amalgamated Bank of New York 60th Anniversary Packet1983

nam_apap042-3_387

3313American Labor Museum: Botto House1985

nam_apap042-3_388

3314A. Philip Randolph Institute: National Background & Albany, NY Chapter Activity1979-1990

nam_apap042-3_389

3315Attica: Analysis of Conditions in NYS Prisons1982

nam_apap042-3_390

3316BE&K Construction Campaign1994

nam_apap042-3_391

3317Bovine Growth Hormone (BGH)1994

nam_apap042-3_392

341California Grape Boycott1990-1992

nam_apap042-3_393

342Capital District Coalition for Southern Africa & Against Racism1995

nam_apap042-3_394

343Capital District Labor- Religion Coalition: 8th Annual Awards Dinner2005

nam_apap042-3_395

344Capital District Minority Workers Campaign1992

nam_apap042-3_396

345Caterpillar Rally1993

nam_apap042-3_397

346Central America Democracy Rights1990

nam_apap042-3_398

347Child Labor Issues (Local & National Involvement)1995-1999

nam_apap042-3_399

348Citizens Environmental Coalition: Meeting Minutes04/25/1993

nam_apap042-3_400

349Citizens for a Clean Environment- Family Farm Rights2000

nam_apap042-3_401

3410Citizens Utility Board Rally1994

nam_apap042-3_402

3411Communications Workers of America vs. AT&T1992

nam_apap042-3_403

3412Community Canning & Food Preservation1988

nam_apap042-3_404

3413Community Services Society: Bronx1995

nam_apap042-3_405

3414Coors Boycott1987

nam_apap042-3_406

3415DECERT Local 424: Issues with Rival Unions1994-1995

nam_apap042-3_407

3416Drug Testing Issues1988

nam_apap042-3_408

3417Earthwise Education Centerca. 1992

nam_apap042-3_409

3418East Timor Action Network1993-1995

nam_apap042-3_410

3419Economic Conversion Coalition: Economic Diversity Conferences1989-1990

nam_apap042-3_411

3420Economic Conversion Coalition: NYS Defense Advisory Panel1990

nam_apap042-3_412

3421Economic Conversion Coalition: U.S./Soviet Relations1987-1990

nam_apap042-3_413

3422Economic Conversion Coalition: Watervliet Arsenal1990-1995

nam_apap042-3_414

351Employee Ownership Project (EOP) of Albany Region1979, 1985-1988

nam_apap042-3_415

352Employee Ownership Project (EOP) of Albany Region1989-1993

nam_apap042-3_416

353Enterprise Zones1982-1990

nam_apap042-3_417

354Environmentalists vs. Economic Developers1992, 1995

nam_apap042-3_418

355Farmworker Solidarity Network of NYS1989

nam_apap042-3_419

356Farmworker Solidarity Network of NYS1989

nam_apap042-3_420

357Farmworker Support Network1989-1995

nam_apap042-3_421

358Finch, Pruyn & Company Union Rebuttal1996

nam_apap042-3_422

359Focus on Farming Vol. VIII /#61987 March 23-29

nam_apap042-3_423

3510Funiciello, John : Eugene V. Debs Award (1984) & Jim Perry Progressive Leadership Award (1995)1984, 1985

nam_apap042-3_424

3511Funiciello, Theresa : Anti-Poverty Work1988-1990

nam_apap042-3_425

361General Agreement on Tariffs & Trade (GATT)1994

nam_apap042-3_426

362General Electric Tax Assessment Fight & Layoffs1992-1995

nam_apap042-3_427

363Great Law Documentary (Linda Tokarchuk)1990-1992

nam_apap042-3_428

364Greenway Council of Hudson River Valley: River Compact1990

nam_apap042-3_429

365Hunger Issues:Food Monitor1982 July-1982 December, 1983 March-1983 April, 1983 July-1983 August

nam_apap042-3_430

366Hunger Issues New York State1980-1992

nam_apap042-3_431

367Illegal Immigrant Cases1999 February-1999 March

nam_apap042-3_432

368Industrial Cooperative Association - National Center for Employee Ownership1984-1989

nam_apap042-3_433

369Infant Formula Action Coalition1990-1992

nam_apap042-3_434

3610Israeli Institute for Military Studies: Arab-Israeli Peace Process 1990

Contains letter to John Funiciello from Jimmy Carter.

nam_apap042-3_435

3611James Bay II : Hydro-Quebec Costs1993 Fall

nam_apap042-3_436

3612James Bay II : Innu Nation Rights1992-1993

nam_apap042-3_437

3613James Bay II : Update by P.R.O.J.E.C.T., Inc.02/1993

nam_apap042-3_438

371Jobs with Justice: Official Union with SCCD1995

nam_apap042-3_439

372Jones, Mary Harris "Mother": Stamp Resolution1994 March

nam_apap042-3_440

373Korean Labor Unions Bulk1984-1985

nam_apap042-3_441

374Labor Action Coalition of New York1982-1983

nam_apap042-3_442

375Labor Party Advocates1993-1996

nam_apap042-3_443

376Labor Research Association:Economic Notes 1983 September-1985 August

issues missing.

nam_apap042-3_444

377Laborers' International Union1980-1981

nam_apap042-3_445

378Leaflets: Types of Union Supportca. 1981

nam_apap042-3_446

379Levi's Boycott/Fuerza Unida1991-1994

nam_apap042-3_447

3710Lucy, William: Photo & Brief BackgroundUndated

nam_apap042-3_448

3711Martin Luther King Jr. Celebrations2001-2002

nam_apap042-3_449

3712McEntee, Gerald W. (AFSCME President)1981-1990

nam_apap042-3_450

3713Minimum Wage Lawsuit1995

nam_apap042-3_451

3714National Center for the Laity: Initiatives & Correspondence1984-1989

nam_apap042-3_452

3715National Commission for Democracy in Mexico1992-1995

nam_apap042-3_453

3716National Commission for Democracy in Mexico - Cecelia Rodriguez Visit to Albany1996

nam_apap042-3_454

3717National Labor Committee: NAFTA Concerns1993

nam_apap042-3_455

3718Navajo Preference in Employment Act1994

nam_apap042-3_456

381New York Civil Liberties Union1986-1992

nam_apap042-3_457

382New York COMPACT Agreement1986

nam_apap042-3_458

383NY Minimum Wage Action1993-1996

nam_apap042-3_459

384New York Solidarity By-Laws& Mission Statement1991

nam_apap042-3_460

385New York State Commission on Lobbying Guidelines1998

nam_apap042-3_461

386Nepotism Issues1990

nam_apap042-3_462

387Newsletter Collection-National Samples1982-1997

nam_apap042-3_463

388Newsletters: How-to/ Instructionsca. 1994

nam_apap042-3_464

389Niebuhr Institute at Siena College1984

nam_apap042-3_465

3810Ohio Family Farm Movement - AFSCME/NYS1986

nam_apap042-3_466

3811OPEIU Local 2- Tie Vote/ Contract Ratification1992

nam_apap042-3_467

3812Physicians Forum-Cooperation with Unions1990-1991

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3813Printing Bids-Mohawk& Precision Graphics1988 April

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3814Prison Reform Issues1980-1982

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3815Public Employees Federation1984-1997

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3816Pyramid Lake Annual Meetings1995-1996

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3817Riverspark Projects1985-1987

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3818Rural Advancement Fund1983-1984

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3819Rural Coalition Assembly1997

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391Schenectady: Economic Progess1995 Spring

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392Self-Help & Resource Exchange (Share)ca. 1986-1997

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393September 19 Unionca. 1988-1994

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394September 19 Unionca. 1988-1994

nam_apap042-3_479

395Sierra Club: NYC Branch (John Klotz)1993

nam_apap042-3_480

396Solidarity Annual Retreat2000 July, 2003 July

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397Solidarity Committee - 25th Anniversary DVD2008 Fall

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398Solidarity Committee Press Clippings1990-2000

nam_apap042-3_483

399Solidarity Day1981 September 19

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401Solidarity Day-AFSCME Songbook1981

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402Solidarity Day-Press Clippings1981

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403Solidarity Member Organizations1994

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404Solidarity Website Maintenance1996-1997

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405"Songs & Poems by Working People of Troy"ca. 1989

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406State of NY Commission of Investigation - Green Haven Correctional Facility1981

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407Student Association of the State University of New York1987

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408SUNY Graduate Students-Collective Bargaining1992

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409Troy Housing Authority1992

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4010Troy Labor Center: Coalition for JobsUndated

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4011Tanzania Trade Unions1986-1994

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4012Teamsters Local 284: Beer Wars1994

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4013Teamsters Truck Strike1994

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4014United Electrical 59th Annual Convention- Officers Report1994

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4015United Farm Workers1993-1996

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4016U.S.-Mexican Free Trade Agreement: Impact on NYS - J. Funiciello Testimony1992

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4017Watertown Nurses' & Techs' Strike (SEIU Local 721)1992

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4018Workers' Rights Board1997-1998

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4019"Wrongdoers Escape Act" -- Lobby Against Bill S.2277/A.45091999

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4020Youthbuild Act1990-1992
Quantity: 0.2 cubic ft. (about 0.2 boxes)
The series contains photographs that help document the Solidarity Committee's involvement in the Greyhound strike, the laundry workers strike, The United Farm Workers "Wrath of Grapes" campaign, minimum wage, NAFTA, the environment, the Daily News Strike, Solidarity Day, Ravenswood, and the Teamsters. Also includes National Football League strike, legislative photos of Robert C. Byrd and John Conyers, Jr., and SCCD with Teamsters Local 72.
Arranged alphabetically by subject.
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11Subseries 4.1: Daily News Strike1990
    

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  Family Day on the Picket Line
1990 December

    

Striking copy editor Beverly Weintraub gives a ride to her three-year-old daughter Abigail on the picket line at the New York Daily News. Meanwhile, the New York police have refuted charges by publisher James Hoge that the 10 striking unions have conspired to "commit violence" against the newspaper as circulation plummeted and major advertisers dropped out. (25-1-90).

    

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  For a Fair Settlement
1991 January 7

    

New York Governor Mario Cuomo is applauded for calling for a fair settlement at the New York Daily News at a rally for strikers. Leading the applause are New York State AFL-CIO President Edward Cleary, Newspaper and Mail deliverers President Mike Alvino and ladies' Garment Workers President Jay Mazur. (1-1-91).

    

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  Rallying the Daily News Unions
1990 November 12

    

Union members and supporters, some 15,000 strong, rally strikers outside the New York Daily News building on 42nd Street. Represented by 10 unions, 3,000 employees of the third largest daily in the United States went on strike October 25. They had been working without contracts since March 31. Management brought in scabs immediately, but distribution of the paper is down sharply. (23-1-90).

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12Environment

For a Balanced Solution.

Trade unionists rally in Portland, Ore., to ease the economic plight of timber workers and their communities that the Bush administration had long ignored following a court order to halt cutting on federal lands to protect wildlife. President Clinton issued a directive to his cabinet to have a solution on his desk in two months. (8-4-93).

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13Football & Labor Issues 1980s

Two black and white photos depict a strike by National Football League players in the 1980s, though they do not specify if it is the 1982 or 1987 strike. (ID numbers on the photos may indicate 1987.) One picture shows the scab pick-up game between the Detroit Lions and Tampa Bay Buccaneers, while the other shows fans picketing with the real Washington Redskins. The third photo, which is also undated, depicts the New England Patriots' Mosi Tatupu striking with Ladies Garment Workers in Fall River, Massachusetts.

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14Subseries 4.4: Grape Boycott & United Farm Workers1988-1992
    

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  Holding Fast
1988

    

Farm Workers President Cesar Chavez, in a water-only fast since July 17 to draw attention to labor's boycott of table grapes and the use of toxic chemicals by California growers, embraces his granddaughter Nicole during a mass in Delano, Calif. The union has pointed up the dangers of pesticides to farm workers and consumers. (34-1-88).

    

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  Farm Workers Protest

    

Farm Workers President Cesar Chavez (center; Dolores Huerta, right) took the UFW's demand on five hazardous pesticides to the steps of the California capitol in Sacramento after UFW member Jose Campost Martinez, 25, died while spraying Parathion, a toxic pesticide. Chavez called on Governor George Deukmejian to ban Parathion immediately saying, "agribusiness and the agri-chemical industry reap their benefits. The workers bury their dead. That is not the way it should be". (4-2-90).

    

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  March for Justice
1992 June

    

Hundreds of grape and citrus workers have been walking off their jobs at farms across California's Coachella Valley in rotating daily demonstrations to protest low pay and rotten working conditions. Growers have frozen pay over six years, Farm Workers President Cesar Chavez said in leading a march on the Highway 111. (13-3-92).

    

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  Boycott the Grapes
1988 January

    

United Farm Workers President Cesar Chavez announced early this month that 15 consumer, environmental, and public health groups have joined the union's national "Wrath of Grapes" boycott and called for a ban on five pesticides used on table grapes. The coalition said it will ask 30 leading grocery chains to voluntarily support the Farm Workers campaign.

    

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  Solidarity with Farm Workers

    

At storefront demonstration in Washington to press labor's boycott of California table grapes, UFW Vice President Arturo Rodriguez gets some enthusiastic support. From left, Newspaper Guild President Charles Dale; TNG office administrator Mary Aldrich; Ron Richardson, President of Hotel Employees and Restaurant Employees Local 25; TNG Secretary-Treasurer John Edgington; Josh Williams, President of the metropolitan Washington AFL-CIO, and Rodriguez. Dale, who participated in the UFW's "fast for life" campaign, called on union members to help ban five toxic pesticides used on California grapes. (40-4-88).

    

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  Passing the Cross

    

Farm Workers President Cesar Chavez at Mass where he ended his 36-day "Fast for Life" passes small wooden cross to Rev. Jesse Jackson who then fasted fro three days. The continuing fast by trade unionists, clergy, and celebrities underscores the UFW's drive to ban the use of five toxic pesticides on California table grapes. The pesticides have caused deaths and illnesses among the farm worker families in the San Joaquin Valley. (36-4-88).

    

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  March on Washington

    

Union banners were in place as nearly 100,000 people joined in a 25th anniversary renewal of the 1963 March on Washington that demanded and achieved passage of the Civil Rights Act. The dream of which Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. spoke is still alive the rally testified. (36-3-88).

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15Subseries 4.5: Greyhound Strike1990-1991
    

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  Teamsters Rally Greyhound Strikers

    

Teamsters President, William J. McCarthy leads ITB members in a St. Louis march supporting Amalgamated Transit Workers, on strike against Greyhound bus lines for the past three months. Some 325 delegates to the IBT central states conference joined in the demonstration. (11-1-90).

    

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  Taking a Walk

    

Striking members of the Amalgamated Transit Union march to Washington's Union Station for a rally in their continuing efforts to win a fail settlement at Greyhound bus lines. March leaders included ATU President James LaSala and civil rights leaders Jesse Jackson and Rosa Parks. The ATU struck Greyhound on March 2. (13-1-90).

    

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  Riding Out the Struggle

    

Pledges of labor solidarity with striking members of the Amalgamated Transit Union are made by AFL-CIO President Lane Kirkland at the Greyhound bus terminal in Louisville, KY. Helping man the picket line were federation Vice Presidents William Bywater and Richard Trumka, as well as Kentucky AFL-CIO president Robert Curtis and Executive Secretary-Treasurer Ronald Cyrus. The ATU has been on strike against Greyhound since March 2. (21-2-90).

    

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  Support for Greyhound Strikers

    

Members of Amalgamated Transit Union Local 1600 in New Orleans were buoyed by a show of solidarity from delegates to the Letter Carriers' convention. NALC President Vincent Sombrotto, center, leads members in picketing outside the Greyhound terminal. (18-3-90).

    

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  On ATU's Picket Line

    

This youngster joins in a rally at the Washington, DC Greyhound terminal where 150 trade unionists show their support for the 9,300 Amalgamated Transit Union members who have been on strike against Greyhound Lines Inc., since last March 2. Rallies were held in Atlanta, New York, Detroit, Dallas, Cincinnati, and Portland, Ore., where Brenda Bowman was a guest speaker. Bowman is the daughter of Bob Waterhouse, a striker who was killed by a scab-driven bus in Redding, Calif. (18-4-90).

    

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  In Memory of Robert Waterhouse
1990 March

    

Flowers mark the spot where ATU member Robert Waterhouse was killed by a scab Greyhound driver in Redding, Calif. (6-2-90).

    

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  ATU Strike Stalls Greyhound Runs
1990 March

    

Union supports rally striking members of the Amalgamated Transit Union in Washington as the nation-wide walkout against Greyhound Lines rolled into its third week. A scab bus driver ran into a police cruiser during the demonstration commemorating the death of a striking driver. (6-1-90).

    

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  Milwaukee Greyhound Rally
1991 January

    

Bruce Colburn, President of Amalgamated Transit Union Local 98 and head of the Milwaukee AFL-CIO's solidarity committee, leads the call for justice for Greyhound strikers at a rally outside Milwaukee's federal building where the National Labor Relations Board was conducting a hearing on an unfair labor practice complaint against Greyhound. (2-4-91).

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16Laundry Workers Strike 1984-1985

Unidentified and Undated.

Two photos, one of a woman and the other of a woman, horse and little girl, were found with the files on the Laundry Workers Strike in Stillwater, 1984-85. The photos are neither labeled nor dated. There are negatives included.

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17Legislative Photos Undated

Three black and white photos: first is Senator Robert C. Byrd, second is AFL-CIO Secretary-Treasurer Thomas R. Donahue speaking to the Senate Labor & Human Resources Committee, and the third is Rep. John Conyers, Jr. meeting with union officials about high unemployment issues.

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18Minimum Wage

Minimum Wage Call-Up.

Offices of House Education & Labor Committee Chairman Augustus F. Hawkins (D-Calif.) is the Capitol Hill link of an AFL-CIO conference call to spur a grassroots lobbying effort in support of an effective minimum wage bill. Hawkins, center, is the bill's sponsor. Rep. Pat Williams (D-Mont.) is on the phone to union leaders in 14 key southern states. AFL-CIO Legislative Director Robert M. McGlotten, left, coordinated the congressional calls. Other AFL-CIO departments participated from the federation's headquarters. (24-4-88).

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19Subseries 4.9: General
    

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  Black & White Photo, unlabeled
Undated

    

Photo depicts five men walking through industrial setting.

    

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  Editorial Cartoon
Undated

    

Black and white cartoon originating from AFL-CIO News; construction worker with "Senate upholds wage protections" sign.

    

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  Community Event

    

There are six color photos of a community fair of some kind outside a church. There is no indication of who the sponsors are or where the fair is being held.

    

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  Fired up by Colt
1987 April 16

    

A thousand trade unionists rally outside Colt Industries headquarters in New York in support of 1,100 locked out autoworkers. Members of UAW Local 376 in Hartford, CT were without a contract for 10 months prior to walking out. The state declared the impasse a lockout in August when the company refused to bargain. The National Labor Relations Board issued a complaint against Colt for its refusal to bargain.

    

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  Demonstration

    

There are eight photos of a demonstration. However, there is no indication of the date, place, or people in the photos.

International Longshoreman, Local 333 United Marine Division Strike.

Black and white photo of two men holding placards indicating their support for the union and the strike. There is no indication of the date or place of the photograph or the identification of the men in the picture.

    

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  Ravenswood Battle Goes On

    

A huge marionette of legendary union organizer Mary Harris "Mother" Jones is greeted with applause by Ravenswood Aluminum Corp. stakeholders in Charleston, WV. The Steelworkers called the January 22 meeting to challenge the company's demeaning attitude toward workers and the community. RAC "permanently replaces 1,700 USWA members with scabs in November 1990". (March, 1 1992).

    

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  Solidarity Day
1991 August 31

    

Included are 12 color photos of the Solidarity Day and rally in Washington, D.C. that drew more than 325,000 union members and their allies. The photos consist primarily of crowd/group shots. Most groups had on special t-shirts and or carried signs. (See the September 9 issue of the AFL-CIO News for details.).

    

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  Teamsters Elect Ron Carey

    

At a Washington press conference, Ron Carey claims victory in a three-way race for the presidency of the Teamsters. Carey, 54, was president of IBT Local 804 in Queens, NY and drew 48.5% of the membership vote; R.V. Durham 33.2%; and Walter Shea 18.2%. Durham filed a protest with federal elections officers who conducted the membership election. January 2, 1992.

    

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  Unlabeled
Undated

    

There are several photographs that are neither labeled nor dated.

The black and white photo is coded 21-1-91 and it appears to be some kind of hearing or testimony, with three men sitting at a table with microphones.

Another photo is color and appears to be a planning and or business meeting.(To the far left with her back to the photo is Pat Beetle(?) and to the far left is John Funicello.).

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110Subseries 4.10: NAFTA and US-Mexico Free Trade
    

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  He Died for 45 Cents an Hour, April 29
Undated

    

Fighting back tears, Elizabeth Macias describes at Senate hearings how her 16-year-old son was killed at a Ford Motor Co. glass plant in Juarez, Mexico, during his first week on the job. The Ford maquiladora was paying him 45 cents an hour as a production worker when he was hacked to death in an underground waste grinder. Attorney Gustavo de la Rosa Hickerson and interpreter Alicia Edwards at the US-Mexico trade policy hearings accompany Mrs. Macias. (9-1-91).

    

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  NAFTA Job Drain

    

This ad by a US broker was displayed during Senate hearings on the North American Free Trade Agreement showing how runaway American manufacturers can exploit Mexican workers at poverty pay levels of less than $1 an hour. (8-2-93).

    

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  Shame of the Maquiladoras

    

Struggling to make ends meet with poverty-level wages, workers at Mexico's maquiladora plants are forced to live in shantytowns on polluted streams. But President Bush continues to press for the North American Free Trade Agreement that woefully lacks worker rights and environmental safeguards. (3-3-91).

    

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  Job-Gutting Trade Pact, October 12
Undated

    

With their jobs on the line, union members rally in San Antonio to protest the dire impact the US-Mexico-Canada trade accord will have on their livelihoods. The demonstration came with the ceremonial initialing of NAFTA by President Bush, Mexican President Carlos Salinas and Canadian Prime Minister Brian Mulroney. (21-1-92).

    

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  US-Mexico Trade

    

More American jobs will be wiped out under President Bush's proposed free trade agreement with Mexico, Electronic Workers President William H. Bywater tells reporters as IUE members picket outside the Commerce Department. The Bush administration is seeking renewal of 'fast track' authority, which would bar amendments and limit discussion on the trade proposal. (7-4-91). (Editors: See April 1, 1991, issue of AFL-CIO News for details.).

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111Solidarity Day 1991 August 31

Included are 12 color photos of the Solidarity Day march and rally in Washington, DC that drew more than 325,000 union members and their allies. The photos consist primarily of crowd/group shots. Most groups had on special t-shirts and or carried signs. (See the September 9 issue of the AFL-CIO News for details.).

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112Teamsters Local 72 & NYS Thruway Authority Undated

Includes three unlabeled, undated photos (2 black and white, 1 color) of a demonstration near the NYS Thruway Authority building in Albany. The two black and white photos show SCCD chairman John Funiciello and another subject shaking hands and conversing. The color photo shows SCCD member Doug Bullock with a Solidarity banner.

Quantity: 11 items
The collection includes eleven VHS format videocassettes. The programs include local issues and news and documentaries concerning many of the social activism and social justice issues that the Solidarity Committee has tackled over the years. Several of the programs are undated.Oversize Materials, 2 cubic ft., Arranged by subject.This part of the collection contains materials that are larger than the standard legal size. The materials are primarily posters, newsletters, and maps. Each folder in the oversized boxes refers to a box and folder number with the Administrative Files or Subject Files series.(* On the same videotape).AFSCME and Greyhound, Broadcast NY, VHS.The Burning Season, VHS.*Deadly Deception: GE, Nuclear Weapons and Our Environment, 29 minutes, VHS.Higher Education and Economy, VHS.*Independent Focus, 2 hours, VHS.L.P. Footage, November 6, 1997, VHS.Our Forgotten War, El Salvador, VHS.Save Us All Sampler, GESU, 1996, VHS.*Short Documentary Films, VHS.Solidarity News, VHS.Workfare Hearing Jobs with Justice and Solidarity Committee, March 11, 1997, VHS.Workers' Rights Board Hearing re: Workfare & March 19th Coalition March 11, 1997.
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11Financial Records, Log Sheets 1984

(Series 1, Box 1, Folder 5).

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12Flyers and Pamphlets, Labor History Month Poster and Flyer of Exhibits and Events1999

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13AFL-CLO, Union Label Poster 2000

(Series 3, Box 4, Folder 2.

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14American Postal Workers Union-Miscellaneous-Posters

(Series 3, Box 4, Folder 2).

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15American Postal Workers Union, Newsletters, Postal Press 1991-1993

(Series 3, Box 4 Folder 3).

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16American Postal Workers Union-Newsletters, The American Postal Worker 1997-1999

(Series 3, Box 4, Folder 3).

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17American Postal Workers Union, Newsletters, News Service 1989-1992

(Series 3, Box 4, Folder 3).

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18Memorabilia Undated

4 Buttons that say "I'm Labor Party Advocate" in Oversize Box.

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21American Postal Workers Union, Newsletters, News Service 1989-1992

(Series 3, Box 4, Folder 3).

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22Environment, Draft Study for a Hudson Valley Greenway 1990

Maps: Hudson River Valley Greenway Trails, Rails, Roads and Public Lands; Greenway Study Area by County, City, Town, and Village (Series 3, Box 8, Folder 7).

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23Environment, Greenpeace, Newsletters 1990-1993

(Series 3, Box 8, Folder 9).

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24Environment, Poster Map of New York State funded Dumps 1995

(Series 3, Box 9 Folder 1).

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25Greyhound, Amalgamated Transit Workers Union, Local 1202, Poster 1990

(Series 3, Box 11, Folder 4).

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26Hormel, United Food and Commercial Workers

New York Times Feature, June 14, 1987; Washington Post Feature, November 3, 1987 (Series 3, Box 12, Folder 9).

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27Privatization, Wanted Poster of Anthony M. Frank, Postmaster General, Privatization 1989-1992

(Series 3, Box 12, Folder 12).

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28Labor Day, Celebrations 1999-2000

Poster (Series 3, Box 17, Folder 1).

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29National Arts Program Poster: sponsored by Leonard E.B. Andrews Foundation, PennsylvaniaUndated

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210New York State Assembly, Congressional Voting Record for Labor-related Bills Undated

City of Schenectady City Council Resolution, 2000 Series 3, Box 22, Folder 8.

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211Tek Toothbrushes Poster: Brushworkers Local 20468, AFL-CIOUndated