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American Federation of Teachers Resolutions - 2016

31 December 2016
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Achieving Tax Fairness by Cracking Down on Offshore Tax Havens

Attack Economic Inequality

Fighting Back Against Consolidation in Healthcare

In Support of More Accurate Cola Adjustments to Social Security

No More Flints: Stop Childhood Lead Poisoning—Guarantee All U.S. Children Lead- Free Water and Communities

Oppose Trans-Pacific Partnership

Push Back: Defeating The Global Movement to Privatize Education And Public Services

Putting an End to Out-Of-Control Prescription Drug Prices

Championing Professional Standards in the Midst of a Changing Healthcare System

Condemning the Repression in Turkey

Fighting for Safe Communities and Racial Justice for our Citizens and our First Responders

Petition the Occupational Safety And Health Administration (OSHA) for a Workplace Violence Prevention Standard for All Healthcare Workers

Promote Retirement Security through Full Funding, Investment Manager Transparency, and Accountability

Protect and Expand The Social Safety Net

Support, Respect and Dignity For PSRPs

Supporting Peace in Colombia

Taking Action on the Promise of the Every Student Succeeds Act 

Zika Virus

Advancing our Professionalism

Engaging our Members in Reclaiming The Promise Of America

Racial Equity

Sepsis Awareness and Education

Supporting the Recommendations of the AFT Racial Equity Task Force and the Work Performed by the Constituent Members of the AFT Criminal Justice and Public Safety Task Force

Against Deportation

Girls and Young Women’s Education

Hand in Hand

Immigration and Islamophobia

Planning for the Looming State and Local Public Employee Retirement Tsunami

School Safety and Educational Opportunity for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer and Questioning (LGBTQ) Students

Support for The Mexican Teachers’ Civil Rights

The Fight Against Student Loan Debt and for Public Investment in Higher Education

Work Shouldn’t Hurt—Safe Schools for All

¡Si Se Puede!: Improving Outcomes For Latino Children and Youth and Addressing the Needs of the Latino Community

 

 

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