NYC Workers Stand with the Muslim, Arab, and South Asian Communities:

2325*, afscme dc, aft, aft l, alaauaw, alaauaw l, alaauaw l 2325*, aminifu williams, anne pruden, anthony arnove, antonia codling, azalia torres, brenda stokely, central labor council, chapter chair, chief shop steward, cooper union, daniel vila, deepa kumar, defamation league, dominic renda, executive, executive bd, former executive bd, former president, frank couget, great depression, gregory dankel, ground zero, hank sambach, heather cottin, independent workers movement, initial signers, international jewish anti, joyce wilcox, julie fry, l 2325*, la guardia community college, labor, larry adams, leslie feinberg, mike eilenfeldt, mike gimbel, million worker march movement, mimi rosenberg, nagesh rao, new jersey, new york, new york city, new york city labor against, new york city workers stand, new yorkers, newt gingrich, noha arafa, our grief is not, pam geller, past officer, political action, producer building bridges, racism, retired executive bd, rudolph giuliani, rutgers university, safety committee, sara palin, shelley ettinger, social security, south asian, south asian communities, steve terry, susan o. morris, tea party, war, workers, workers stand, york, york city, zionist network