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Oct. 15 Washington DC Event – National Union Leaders Support HWB

Wednesday, October 24th, 2012

On Oct 15, at the National Press Club in Washington DC, Union leaders (Mary Kay Henry, Int’l President, SEIU & David Holway, National President, NAGE) and the NAACP (Hilary Shelton, Sr. VP) declared their organizations’ support for the Healthy Workplace Bill and the WBI-led workplace bullying movement. There are 9 videos to watch. Follow this link to the complete playlist at the WBI YouTube site.

In addition, three HWB State Coordinators also presented. Watch their videos on their respective State pages:

Massachusetts, Greg Sorozan
West Virginia, Lana Cooke
Virginia, Jane Bethel

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National Labor Leaders & NAACP Support WBI on Freedom From Workplace Bullies Week

Saturday, October 13th, 2012

When: Monday October 15, 10-11 am
Where: National Press Club, Washington, D.C.
What: Commemoration of WBI’s Freedom From Workplace Bullies Week

Who: An all-star lineup of support from a diverse range of organizations and national leaders.

Special Guests

Mary Kay Henry, International President, Service Employees International Union (SEIU)

Hilary O. Shelton, Director, Washington Bureau, NAACP, Senior Vice President of Advocacy & Policy

David J. Holway, National President, National Association of Government Employees (NAGE)

Charletta McNeill, President Local 32, OPM, Washington, DC, American Federation of Government Employees (AFGE)

Gary Namie, PhD, Director, Workplace Bullying Institute & National Healthy Workplace Campaign

HWB State Coordinators

Greg Sorozan, Massachusetts State Coordinator, HWB, NAGE: National Vice President, President Local 282

Jane Bethel, Virginia State Coordinator, HWB, NAGE: National Executive Board, President Local 200

Lana Cooke, West Virginia State Coordinator, HWB, West Virginia University (Ret.)

First-Hand Bullied Target Tales

Neil Dias, Advocate for HWB

Susan Rae Baker

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