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  • Human Rights , Women’s, Human Rights & Young Workers April 25, 2017

    Mayday 2017

    May Day has one of two different meanings, depending on where you reside in the world. Most countries recognize this day, May 1st, as a beginning of summer celebration. In other places, like the U.S., it has been renamed as International Workers’ Day to raise awareness and advocate for working peoples’ rights.

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  • Human Rights February 1, 2017

    Why Black History Month?

    If we celebrate our nation’s history, why have a special month dedicated specifically to the African-American community?  Or, any community for that matter? Simply put… so we don’t forget. As the saying goes, “If we don’t remember, we are destined to repeat.” The United States is an envied country.  We set trends, excel in business

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  • Human Rights January 23, 2017

    Machinists Across Country Honor MLK’s Legacy

    From coast to coast, IAM members marched in solidarity, celebrated and gave back to their communities this weekend to honor the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

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  • Human Rights , iMail , News January 19, 2017

    Enroll Now for the IAM Human Rights Training

    Human rights are defined as a right that is believed to belong to all persons. Unfortunately, even in 2017, there is still a fight to ensure everyone is granted basic rights of dignity and freedom.

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  • Human Rights November 9, 2016

    2017 Human Rights Class, June 11-16

    The chaos and hate in our communities today directly reflects human rights issues. Instead of moving forward together in the fight for human rights, people today are unwinding past generations’ work towards equality.

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