The Labor Movement

The labor movement has been going on for years and turned out to be Rosetta Daylie’s  liRose Dayliefe’s journey.  Though currently retired from AFSCME as Associate Director of Council 31, she’s still actively involved with organizations that move forward to promote and protect the labor movement.  We hope this website will offer you wisdom from her many years of service, as well as, bring hope and show that we can make a difference.

In  honor of hero’s who have made major contributions and in the process made their live transition, as well as those who live on and continue in the struggle for fair labor.

Jackie Vaughn who was the first woman and African-American to be president of the Chicago’s Teachers Union.

Addie Wyatt  who was vice president of Meat Packers Local 56, and director of the Women’s Affairs and Human Rights Departments of the Amalgamated Meat Cutters.

More to come, stay tuned

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