Central New Mexico Labor Council

On Feb. 15, just days after massive layoffs at Activision Blizzard, the AFL-CIO issued a powerful public statement of support to game developers in the United States. Its message, published in an open letter at Kotaku, was both simple and profound.

Last year, in communities all across the country, millions of Americans mobilized and called for an economy that works for all of us.

Over 100 government workers received 3,750 pounds of donated groceries from a pop-up food bank organized by the New Mexico Federation of Labor, AFL-CIO, the American Federation o

On Saturday, February 16th, the New Mexico Federation of Labor, AFL-CIO, the American Federation of Government Employees (AFGE), and the New Mexico Alliance for Retired Americans, in collaboration with RoadRunner Food Bank, will host a food bank for working families who were impacted by the recent government shutdown.

CNMLC Community Services Committee Food Pantry

Cesar Chavez Community Center (7505 Kathryn Ave SE) parking lot

last Friday of every month

11:00 am - 1:00 pm

Unemployed and Underemployed Families

Recent News

Taxpayers are scrambling to make last-minute payments due to the Internal Revenue Service in just four days, but many of the country’s largest publicly-held corporations are doing better: They’ve reported they owe absolutely nothing on the billions of dollars in profits they earned last year.

In 2018, women once again came home with over 16% less money in their paychecks. Tuesday is Equal Pay Day, which means women had to work until April 2—92 days longer—to be paid the same amount as a comparable man in 2018.

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi suggested Tuesday that President Trump must reopen talks with Canada and Mexico to tighten enforcement provisions in a proposed North American trade deal, casting renewed doubt on prospects for congressional ratification of the accord.

“I’m not anti-union, but I don’t really think we need them, right?” said Double Fine head Tim Schafer while hosting yesterday evening’s Game Developers Choice Awards in San Francisco. “We’re all great here and in this show. No one here is union and...” Then the stage lights went out.

“Oh, right,” said Schafer after the lights went out. “Except for the lighting crew. I forgot they’re all union.”

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