Labor will march side-by-side with tens of thousands from youth, climate, environmental justice, economic justice, human rights, faith and student movements. Together we will demand an ambitious global agreement to dramatically reduce global warming pollution, economic justice, good jobs, and healthy communities.

Super storm Sandy showed us that climate change is here and that if we do nothing, working families and the most vulnerable will be hardest hit. Workers and union members play an essential role in responding to climate change and extreme weather events – many workers risked their lives to repair infrastructure and keep essential services running in the aftermath of Sandy. By joining this march we challenge the 1% and corporate CEO’s who are responsible for both attacking workers and unions and polluting our environment and causing climate change.

If your union may be interested in signing on to the march, e-mail Larry Moskowitz at

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Unions that have signed on to date:

1199-United Health Care Workers East-SEIU
AFT Local 2026
Amalgamated Transit Union
Blue-Green Alliance
Canadian Labour Congress
Civil Service Employees Association-Region 2- AFSCME
Civil Service Employees Association NYS-AFSCME
Committee of Interns and Residents-SEIU
Communications Workers of America
CT. American Federation of Teachers
CT. Education Association
CT. State Council-SEIU
CWA District 1
CWA 1180
CT State Council of Machinists
Council 4 AFSCME
District Council 1707- AFSCME
Doctor’s Council SEIU
Freelancers Union
Hotel Trades Council
International Brotherhood of Teamsters- Joint Council 16
International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Allied Workers Local 12
International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC)
Laundry Workers Joint Board-Workers United SEIU
Labor Council for Latin American Advancement – NY
Left Labor Project
Local 3 International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers
Local 802 American Federation of Musicians
Local 805 Teamsters
Local 814 IBT
Mass State Council SEIU
National Education Association
National Nurses United
National Writers Union UAW Local 1981
New Jersey State Council SEIU
New York Committee for Occupational Safety and Health
New York Hotel and Motel Trades Council
New York Professional Nurses Union
New York State Council of Machinists
New York State Nurses Association
New York State United Teachers
New York Taxi Workers Alliance
Office and Professional Employees International Union
Organization of Staff Analysts
Pennsylvania Federation Brotherhood of
Maintenance of Way Employees Division-IBT
Metro Labor Communications Council of Greater NY
Pennsylvania Association of Staff Nurses and Allied Professionals
Professional Staff Congress AFT
Public Employees Federation-NYS
Restaurant Opportunities Center United
Retail Wholesale Department Store Union -UFCW
Transport Workers Union Local 100
Trade Unions for Energy Democracy
UNITE HERE Local 100
United Auto Workers Region 9A
United Electrical Workers
United Federation of Teachers-AFT
United Food and Commercial Workers-Region 1
United Food and Commercial Workers Local 1500
United University Professors AFT Local 2190
US Labor Against the War
Vermont State Employees Association
Vermont State Labor Federation
Workers United-SEIU
Working Families Party
Workmen’s Circle


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