New Jersey Unions Host Training to End Economic Injustice with Common Sense Economic Reforms

Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Marking an innovative new approach on how to address our state and nation's economic challenges, New Jersey's unions held their first ever "Common Sense Economics" training yesterday at the Rutgers Labor Education Center in New Brunswick. A class of a dozen union members took part in the inaugural training, gaining transferrable knowledge and actionable tools to make our unions more effective and to achieve constructive economic reforms at all levels of government. The curriculum, which was designed by the national AFL-CIO, guides trainees in understanding why the economy is the way that it is, and how adverse conditions are not a matter of chance but are rather the result of a coordinated political agenda. Read more...

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