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2018 National EMS Memorial Bike Ride

Boston, Ma. To National Harbor, Md

May 12-18, 2018

 

The National EMS Bike Ride is undertaken as a way to promote public awareness of the dangers and hazards us, as EMS professionals face on a daily basis responding to and working at the scenes of assignments. We honor the men and women of EMS who have died in the line of duty or have dedicated their live as EMS professionals, plus, we show support to the families of our honorees.

There will be a Memorial service held the evening May 19, 2018 conducted by the National EMS Memorial Service with collaboration from the EMS Memorial Bicycle Ride and the National EMS foundation.

 

The EMS Bike Ride is a multi day, multi state long distance bicycle ride. The Ride is about 600 miles long.

 

For More Information, View the EMS Bike Ride Web Site
 
EMS Bike Ride Web Site: www.muddyangels.org

 

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Working People's Day of Action Saturday, February 24, 2018

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Celebrate St. Patrick's Day!

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Member Update

Tell the Supreme Court: Protect working people's right to organize!

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Fifty years ago this month, two young black sanitation workers were killed on the job in Memphis. The tragedy sparked the historic “I AM A MAN” strike, with 1,300 black workers joined by Martin Luther King, Jr. in demanding recognition of their union (AFSCME), basic safety standards and a decent wage.

 

This month, 50 years after the Memphis workers’ strike, the U.S. Supreme Court will hear Janus v. AFSCME Council 31, a case brought by corporate elites to divide working people by limiting our power in numbers. Undercutting our right to organize exacerbates the racial wage gap and starves the unions that give communities of color a voice against corporate interests.

 

This is exactly what the Memphis sanitation workers and Martin Luther King, Jr. were fighting against, and we have to continue that fight now. We need 20,000 people speaking out before the end of the month to tell the U.S. Supreme Court: Protect working people’s rights to organize, and stop dangerous right-to-work laws that hurt working people!


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Member Update

EMS Order No. 9
February 1, 2018

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MEMBER UPDATE

We have added a new link called Life Events to the menu list on the right.

Forms to change your status, add or change a beneficiary, apply for health benefits and more can be found on this page.

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Member Update

2017 Tax Return

Any member that was on LODI during the year ending 2017.

The ESS & printed W2 is STILL wrong.

DO NOT file for your tax return till further notice.

 

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Member Update

Student Debt Workshop
January 22
5:30 PM

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Thank you

Paramedic Corey Romanowski

for 36 years of service.

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