Member to Member Organizing Builds Power! Activists networked with one another, discussed what issues we're facing, and decided on the best tactics we will employ to win.

The theme of unity and readiness of AFSCME Council 18’s 9th Annual Public Safety Blue Breakfast drew a packed house of nearly 90 AFSCME Public Safety Officers – the largest yet! -  and from every corner of the state, to Santa Fe on January 25, 2018.  

AFSCME members recommitted to their union, to one another and to the shared mission of making New Mexico public safety careers and public safety better.

The Albuquerque Day of Action was one of dozens in cities nationwide in which tens of thousands of working people came together to stand as one, to demonstrate the power of unity.
On Saturday, February 24, New Mexico will stand with thousands of working people and our allies as we unite for our freedoms and demand an end to a system and an economy that’s rigged against us by the wealthy and powerful.
UPDATE 2/6 at 4:01PM - Right to Work for LESS legislation is dead in Senate Public Affairs. long live our UNION!
This week, put the brakes on Union busting in New Mexico.
Two "right to work" bills will be heard in committee at the Roundhouse this week. Please attend hearings in House Labor and
Senate Public Affairs if you're able, and please make phone calls to oppose these laws designed to destroy unions.
Become an AFSCME Steward, the "first responder" for workplace issues. ELITE Level I, Part I - Basic Steward Training is February 9, 10 - Sign Up NOW! See full listing of upcoming classes below.
Two terrible bills are coming up in the House Labor Committee next week. Please read and then scroll down to take action.

Sisters and Brothers, Please make these calls TODAY! We must recognize and thank the legislators who are listening and responding to our voices. 

This weekend, our friends on the House Appropriations and Finance Committee, voted to fund a raise for all State Employees.   The budget also includes additional money to support correction officers, probation and parole officers, social workers, and nurses.