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Members like Augusto partnered with the City Department of Consumer Affairs to get the word out about these historic new worker protections.
Starting July 30, 2014, workers in NYC can now take paid sick days under the recent expansion of the Earned Sick Time Act that MRNY members helped to win.
Building upon the original law, now workers at businesses with 5 employees or more can earn up to 5 paid days off per year to care for themselves or a sick family member. No worker in NYC can be fired for taking a sick day.
Know your rights about Paid Sick Days! Click here for more information.

¡Conozca sus derechos sobre Días de Enfermedad Pagados! Haga clic aquí para más información.


Leo Gerard
International President, United Steelworkers

Mike Prohaska
Business Manager, Construction and General Building Laborers' Local 79

6-9pm Cocktail Party
278 Spring Street, Soho
NYC Fire Museum

Tickets on sale now...


On July 1, New York City became the first city in the nation to provide full legal representation to all immigrants in detention who are facing deportation. Every year, for thousands of immigrants in this situation, it is virtually impossible to defend themselves against deportation without having the basic right to a public defender. Read more...

Victory! Suffolk County Long Islanders Kick Out ICE

Long Island members like Inocencia Muñoz have stood up for immigrant rights and denounced Secure Communities.

In response to our years of organizing, the Suffolk County Sheriff's Department announced it would no longer cooperate indiscriminately with ICE's unjust, dragnet deportation enforcement.

Suffolk's new policy will keep more families together, improve community-police relations, and make our communities safer. Read more...


9th Annual Bushwick Pride March

First it was Pride Week, then it was Pride Month -- Now we're highlighting the work of our LGBTQ leaders all summer long!

Click through to read more about our work to end workplace discrimination, stop police harassment and use of condoms-as-evidence, create equal access to healthcare, stop LGBTQ deportations, and make our schools safe for everyone. Read more...


De Blasio Plans Revised Code for Discipline in Schools
New York Times 9/28/14
By Elizabeth A. Harris