|Mark Butler the Georgia Labor Commissioner|
|Pre-K Teachers in Norcross, GA Speak Out on Fox 5|
Teachers in Griffin, GA are lifting their voices and connecting with other impacted workers across the state.
Impacted drivers in Columbus, GA are working with local community organizations to build public support and share resources. Columbus workers are networking with their church congregations and meeting with local representatives to build a base of support for their upcoming speak outs and actions.
This weekend in Atlanta, GA food service workers from colleges and universities across the city as well as educational workers from through out the state are building a strategy together. Impacted workers are getting connected because they are reaching out to communicate.
Workers are calling our office, calling their co-workers, e-mailing supportive organizations, posting on their Facebook walls, signing petitions and more. All of these actions are simple first steps that help to build communication with the thousands of impacted workers that may feel stranded. Please reach out to your co-workers, congregations, neighbors and anyone being impacted by this change. Call our office at 404-913-9595 or e-mail us at email@example.com
Know that you are not alone. There are thousands of hard working Georgians (and their families) that have been debilitated by Mark Butler's cold and reckless decision. When thousands of educational workers, community supporters, unions and other allies come together and support each other, we are strong. Mark Butler expected a whimper... It shows how out of touch he is with hard working Georgians. By the way, Mark Butler's office number is 404-232-7300. He is a state wide elected public official and needs to hear from the people of Georgia. Let him know that you expect educational workers to receive unemployment benefits when they are laid off.