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Mourn for the Dead, Fight for the Living

CT AFL-CIO Health & Safety Committee
28 Apr, 2021
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While coming together to remember those who have lost their lives and to demand safe workplaces and good jobs for all working people – the centerpieces of Workers Memorial Day – is not possible this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Connecticut AFL-CIO Health & Safety Committee commemorated this important day with this video so we can still mourn for the dead and continue to fight for the living.

Thank you to the Connecticut AFL-CIO Health & Safety Committee:

Sal Luciano, President, Connecticut AFL-CIO
Kyle Zimmer, IUOE, Co-Chair
Bruce Gove, IAM, Co-Chair
Peter Carozza, IAFF
Mike Fitts, ConnectiCOSH
Garry Gyenizs, IUOE
Laila Mandour, AFT
Paul Mangiafico, AFGE
Ron McLellan, SEIU
Michael Petosa, Bristol Labor Chapter
Pamela Puchalski, ConnectiCOSH
Emily Sabo, UFCW
Steven Schrag, SEIU
Bob Smith, IAFF
Mike Spoldi, IAFF
Jim Vigue, AFT

Thank you to the generous donors to the Workers Memorial Day scholarship fund:

AFT Connecticut
A&R Employees Union, AFT Local 4200
CT Alliance for Retired Americans
CWA Local 1298
IAM Local 1746
IAM Local 700
IAM Local 743
IUOE Local 478
Ron McLellan
Steven Schrag

And special thanks for their time and assistance in putting this all together:

Peggy Buchanan, Connecticut AFL-CIO (retired)
Neal Thomassen, AFT Connecticut
Pamela Pulchalski, ConnectiCOSH