News November 17, 2021
"Our elected officials know we deserve it. A lot of them lived through it. They know that people won't be able to go to work without us."
November 15, 2021
"A long line of people showed up in person or online during the public comment section of the meeting to urge supervisors to adopt an ordinance allowing for strong unions."
November 11, 2021
Military families know better than anyone how crucial home care is. That’s why two Virginia veterans are coming together to demand investments in our care system.
November 11, 2021
During the public hearing portion of the meeting, there was unanimous community support for collective bargaining.
October 21, 2021
"In my home state of Virginia and across this nation, we work day and night to help seniors and people with disabilities. Failing to repair our broken care system hurts all of us."
October 20, 2021
Now, let's transform these new rights into a real seat at the table!
October 12, 2021
Meaningful collective bargaining is how we can provide even better public services to the Loudoun community.
September 17, 2021
Transition Virginia podcast interviews David Broder and Tammie Wondong about collective bargaining for public employees, and reasons why localities should support it.
June 19, 2021
“On this Juneteenth, we’re celebrating home care workers, especially Black home care workers in Virginia. For centuries, we've been providing the high quality and skilled work that makes ALL other work possible!"
June 17, 2021
"I’m choosing to be an ally in this push for collective bargaining for county employees because I want to change future outcomes for women and the next generation here in Fairfax."
June 16, 2021
"Despite the immense obstacles that racism has created for us, Black workers have never stopped persevering, organizing and leading in Virginia. Those of us working in public service and home care have united in our union to grow an unstoppable, multiracial labor movement."
March 26, 2021
"I serve the families of Loudoun with so much compassion, and I’m simply asking to be respected, protected, and paid on the job so I can provide for my own family."
March 20, 2021
"If this pandemic has taught us anything, it’s that we must listen to each other. Fairfax county employees deserve a voice and a seat at the table."