The Time is Now!    Citizenship for Essential Workers & Families

Friday, April 16, 2021

3 pm

March from UW-Madison Library Mall to State Capitol: 2 E. Main St., Madison, WI 53703

See Flyer Here

Union Labor News

SEIU Nurses and Healthcare Workers Win Major Agreements

March has been an exciting month for the Madison labor movement, as nurses and healthcare workers rallied the community, faith leaders, elected officials and a broad range of union members to their cause, and won major agreements at UnityPoint Health-Meriter Hospital and Oakwood Village. Read more here

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Diversity and Inclusivity

Solidarity is a Verb


Join SCFL and A. Philip Randolph Institute (APRI) for a 2 hour conversation on identifying the different ways people feel judged and discriminated against and why it’s important for us as the Labor Movement to become active Allies in the struggle for racial and economic justice.

The 2 hour session will look at how people, including you as a participant, identify themselves and how they think others see them. It will give us an opportunity to explore our own thoughts and ideas of others we see as different. We will then look at how systems are in place that benefit those who have; and make it harder for those who struggle. We will explore better ways for each of us, and our unions, to be better Allies to those who have been, and continue to be, marginalized and discriminated against, by systems and those who develop and protect them.


Date: Wednesday, Apr 21, 2021

Time: 6:00 – 8:00 PM


Click here to Register in advance—Sign up Today!


For questions, contact Jay Reinke at:

Get Your
Proud Union Home
Yard Sign

For only $10, you can get your Union-Made (right here in Wisconsin) sign by contacting us at:

Our office is closed due to the pandemic, email us to set up a time for pick-up. 

Workers Memorial Day
Press Conference

April 28th

On Workers Memorial Day, April 28th at 11 am, we will be hosting a Press Conference on the grounds of the Madison Labor Temple


The dangers of COVID this past year has been unprecedented for workers on the frontline. 


As we honor our fallen Sisters and Brothers, who never made it home, we will also hear from workers and union members who will tell their story how they fought for the living.


Labor Relief Fund

"Your donation will go to workers in need who have been negatively impacted by the pandemic."


Checks can to be made out to “Community Labor Working Together or CLWT".  Write “Labor Relief Fund” on the memo line and mail to: South Central Federation of Labor, 1602 S. Park St., #228, Madison, WI 53715.

OR you can donate online here


All donations will go directly to helping other union members in need. 



Click here to apply for Labor Relief Fund assistance

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