End of Session Push - How Can YOU Help?

On April 27th, SEBAC's 2022 Organizing and Racial Justice Committees co-hosted a membership leader event to prepare for the end of the Legislative Session. Stewards, Leaders and Activists from all fifteen SEBAC unions joined together to learn about the ways every union member can become active in the fight to secure strong contracts and a moral budget that addresses the unprecedented needs of our State. 

Below are 5 steps you can take to ensure that our legislative goals are realized and our message spreads throughout your workplace:

  1. Write an email to your legislator to support two bills - HB 6187 and SB 821 (ENGLISH HERE / SPANISH AQUÍ)
         Recovery For All* has created an Action Network link that makes sending this message easy - just type in your information and work off the template they provide!

  2. Attend at least one of the upcoming events to push for a moral budget
         May Day Action (May 1st, 12:00PM, Governors Mansion)
         Tax Day Rally  (May 17th, 5:00PM, State Capitol Steps)

  3. Write a letter to the editor about why YOU think we need strong contracts & a moral budget
         Check out this LTE templatePDF icon HERE and guide PDF icon HERE to get you started!

  4. Understand the key talking points so you are ready to talk to your friends, family and neighbors
         New to the SEBAC 2022 Organizing or Racial Justice Committee?  
         Review the key goals and demands of these committeesPDF icon HERE!
         What is a moral budget? Why do we need one?
         Learn about the needs and goalsPDF icon HERE!

  5. MOST IMPORTANTLY, Share these actions with at least 10 of your co-workers!
         In order to achieve strong contracts and a moral budget, we must engage all of our members. Help get this message out by sharing this link with at least 2 of your co-workers and encourage them to take these 5 easy steps to secure a better Connecticut!

RECOVERY FOR ALL:  Recovery for All CT is a statewide coalition of labor, community, and faith organizations representing more than half a million residents—black, brown, and white. We are united in a long-term mission to eliminate the extreme inequalities in this state and build a more just, democratic, and egalitarian Connecticut.

This spring, we are fighting to win progressive revenue so that we can fund the future of our communities. The time is now to make a major investment in all the goods, programs, and services required to meet the extraordinary level of human need during this historic crisis.

We demand a Recovery for All—not a Recovery for the Few!