Newsletter November 25, 2015
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From the Executive Director's Desk

We just held our Awards Dinner, WEC's major fundraiser of the year. Thank you to everyone that sponsored, attended and otherwise supported the event. If you missed being there, please consider joining us next year! You can also see photos from the evening here.

This coming Friday, December 4, we will hold our annual membership meeting. We will meet at NJEA, 180 W. State Street in Trenton, beginning with lunch at noon. We're thrilled that Les Leopold will be joining us to discuss his new book, Runaway Inequality. We hope you can also join us next Friday! 

In the meantime, have a wonderful Thanksgiving.


WEC Annual Membership Meeting

Friday, December 4, 2015
12:00PM at NJEA HQ
180 W. State Street, Trenton
Lunch will be served.


Please join us for WEC's annual membership meeting, which will include an update from Mike Williams, BlueGreen Alliance, reporting directly from the COP21 climate talks in Paris. Les Leopold, Executive Director and President of The Labor Institute, will provide the keynote address, discussing his new book, Runaway Inequality: An Activists Guide to Economic JusticePlease register today!
WEC Partners with New Labor for Film Screening
WEC was pleased to co-host a film screening of the documentary
"A Day's Work" with our friends from New Labor on November 12. More than 125 attendees joined us for the screening and discussion afterward. The film highlights the tragic story of Day Davis, a young worker who died at work within hours of starting a new job, 
and illustrates how the temporary staffing industry is putting millions of American workers at risk. Executive Producer Dave DeSario told a packed room, "The data is conclusive: temporary workers are at least 50% more likely to be injured on the job. But the temp industry continues to deny the facts, putting workers in danger and misleading clients." 
Stay tuned for more on this issue in the future. 
WEC Addresses Oil Train Response Conference 
Debra Coyle McFadden, WEC Assistant Director, recently spoke on a panel at the first Oil Train Response Conference in Pittsburgh. WEC continues to advocate for public access to emergency response plans and the right to know about all toxics being transported through our communities. Click here for more information about the conference.
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