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Thanking Michelle Wu for Her Support

Michelle Wu Tweet

Today, Boston City Councilor Michelle Wu tweeted (see below) it is wrong that our members are still waiting for the vaccine. We could not agree more. Thank you Councilor Wu for standing up for our members who, as essential transit workers, would desperately like to get the vaccine they were promised so they can protect …

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The Excellence of Women at the T

The Excellence of Women at the T

In honor of International Women’s Day, and as part of Local 589’s year-long celebration of our workforce, we are proud to present our second membership spotlight video “The Excellence of Women at the T”. Click on the video below to watch.

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Boston Herald: Essential workers feel ‘left behind’ in Massachusetts coronavirus vaccine rollout

Below is an excerpt from a story (“Essential workers feel ‘left behind’ in MA COVID-19 vaccine rollout“) in yesterday’s Boston Herald. Click here to read the entire article. ——————- Transportation workers can get vaccines in New York. But Jim Evers, president of the Boston Carmen’s Union 589 of MBTA workers, continues to be frustrated that the administration has further …

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Permanent link to this article: https://carmensunion589.org/2021/03/boston-herald-essential-workers-feel-left-behind-in-massachusetts-coronavirus-vaccine-rollout/

No Matter the Language, Baker Broke His Promise

Hats off to Delegate Jose Cruz for speaking to Telemundo about Gov. Charlie Baker’s broken promise to vaccinate essential transit workers — protecting them and the riding public. Click on the picture below to watch Cruz’s interview in Spanish. 

Permanent link to this article: https://carmensunion589.org/2021/03/no-matter-the-language-baker-broke-his-promise/