Montserrat Garibay

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Montserrat Garibay

Union solidarity

Mike Siegel for Congress - TX-10 August 14 2019·

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Proud to stand with my brothers and sisters from AFSCME Local 1624, local unions and the Texas AFL-CIO to oppose the corrupt and abusive policies promoted by the American Legislative Exchange Council. — with Bob Cash, Montserrat Garibay, Austin AFSCME, Central Texas Building Trades - CTBT and Texas AFL-CIO.

"Day of the Fallen"

Montserrat Garibay, Becky Moeller, Glenn Scott, Alice Embree

“Texas does not have to be the state with the highest death rate nor with the highest rate of injuries in construction. The legislature can turn this around by adopting our legislative agenda for better safety and health for the workers who build Texas. That is why we are here today,” Workers Defense Project Executive Director Cristina Tzintzun said at a rally on February 25, 2015.

One thousand construction workers and supporters marched to the Texas State Capitol on a cold, blustery day in late February to call for stronger safety and health protections. The march was sponsored by the Workers Defense Project to dramatize the high number of deaths and injuries suffered by construction workers in Texas. The Austin American-Statesman did not cover it at all. Telemundo gave the march and the rally professional coverage.

Among them were Montserrat Garibay (Education Austin), Becky Moeller (President, Texas AFL-CIO), The Rag Blog‘s Glenn Scott (retired National Nurses United organizer) and Alice Embree (Texas State Employees Union).[1]

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