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Collective Bargaining Solidarity Plate

We are currently working with the Massachusetts R.M.V. to produce Collective Bargaining Solidarity license plates. This is a great way to show your support for organized labor in Massachusetts, while promoting its importance.
Massachusetts AFL-CIO Endorsement

The MA AFL-CIO Executive Board votes unanimously to endorse the Collective Bargaining Solidarity plate at the State of our Union Convention. President Steven Tolman explains the plate to the membership
AFL-CIO President Tolman and Thomas Hynes at H3136 hearing

AFL-CIO Pesident Steven Tolman and Pro Labor Alliance President Thomas Hynes testify in favor of H3136 to amend current specialty plate registration and Our Solidarity plate
Attending Local Meetings to Promote the Plate

Many organizations have asked us to attend a membership meeting to talk about the new plates. Thomas Hynes explains the Solidarity plate to the laborers of Local 223 at the local 103 IBEW hall.
P.L.A in attendance at the Mass AFL-CIO convention

Sharing our mission with labor organizations and local elected officials. photo: Pro Labor Alliance with MA State Rep Martin Walsh.
Attending educational labor events

Tom Hynes and authors of the new book Lawrence and the 1912 Bread and Roses Strike , Dr Robert Forrant and Susan Grabski at the 101st Anniversary of the Bread and Roses Strike
Plate Drive at D.C.35 S.T.A.R Event

This is one of many events and meetings we have attended to promote the new license plate.
Working with community activists

"Jobs Not Cuts" vigil with Overpass Light Brigade and the Greater Boston Labor Council


The mission of Pro Labor Alliance Inc. is to support organized labor and its members through education, organizing, and member actions, to preserve and promote collective bargaining for future generations of the labor movement.

Collective Bargaining is the foundation of our Unions. It makes the benefits and pay we make attainable for worker of all ages, gender, race and religion. The Wagner Act was signed into law in 1935 by President Franklin Roosevelt, and guaranteed employees, “The right to self organize to form, join, or assist Labor organizations, to bargain collectively through representatives of their own choosing, and to engage in concerted activities for the purpose of collective bargaining”. In recent years collective bargaining has been under attack in our great country. Collective Bargaining is a right made possible by the hard work and dedication of our brothers and sisters who wanted a better life for themselves and fellow workers.

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