Saturday, May 5, 2012


For generations of Granite Staters, their union has meant safer work places, fair wages and benefits, and a voice on the job. It's how we've kept our workplaces and our communities strong.

From the textile workers in the mills on the Merrimack River who drove our Industrial Revolution, to the people who plow our city streets and educate our children, working people built the backbone of New Hampshire. For over 100 years, working people have come together through unions to fight for fair wages, fair working conditions, and the middle class.

This Saturday, on May 5th, our brothers and sisters will gather in Nashua’s Greeley Park to honor the everyday men and women who keep our communities going: our police officers, our teachers, our laborers and ironworkers, and so many more.

Please, join us on Saturday from 1-5 p.m. in Greeley Park for an afternoon of solidarity and good cheer with our Nashua brothers and sisters.

Bring your family and friends this Saturday and learn why New Hampshire’s labor heritage must be preserved. Bring a can or two as well – we’re collecting non-perishable food donations for the National Association of Letter Carriers annual food drive. We’ll have activities for the kids too!

Will you join us in Nashua on May 5th? Click here to RSVP.

New Hampshire’s workers are as strong as the granite that New Hampshire is built on. Join us on Saturday and honor the contribution of every worker over the decades has made towards building our great state.

New Hampshire Workers: Solid as Granite Rally
Saturday, May 5th at 1 p.m.
Greeley Park, Nashua NH

In solidarity,
the New Hampshire AFL-CIO
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