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Monday, October 04, 2021

油漆工及相關行業工會支持Annissa Essaibi George當波士頓市長

 PAINTERS AND ALLIED TRADES ENDORSE ESSAIBI GEORGE FOR MAYOR


  (Boston Orange編譯) 在波士頓會員近千的油漆工及相關行業工會(IUPAT)DC35104日宣佈支持Annissa Essaibi George參選波士頓市長,稱她一直以來致力支持該會會員,呼籲更公平的工作環境與經濟。

            IUPAT DC35的企業經理Jeff Sullivan表示,DC35為能在此選戰中和Annissa Essaibi George併肩而立感到驕傲。他說Annissa Essaibi George一直積極爭取工人權益,爭取以打工人們為優先的經濟。波士頓需要的領袖,不只要了解這個城市中打工家庭面對著什麼,更要能夠迎面接受這些挑戰,這就是為什麼Annissa Essaibi George必須是下一任的波士頓市長。

            Annissa Essaibi George表示,我很感謝油漆工及相關行業工會(IUPAT DC35)在這場選舉競爭中支持我。我們必須要確保我們的經濟能扶持起辛苦工作的居民,就像扶持起整個城市一樣。做為市長,我將藉由排定經濟正義的優先順序來打造更好的波士頓,我為有勞工們站在我身邊來做成這事感到驕傲

Annissa Essaibi George的經濟正義及工人權益政策計畫,將包括在預定成立的,有史以來第一個波士頓市經濟正義及工人權益局之中。該局將由一名內閣及首長領導,直接向市長報告,並且在政策制定桌上有一席位,以評估所提政策及計畫可能對波士頓打工家庭造成的影響。

Annissa Essaibi George也是改善麥迪遜公園(Madison Park)技術職業高中,以及波士頓公立學校的職業科目的堅定支持者,以期學生們可位畢業後的就業做準備。(更新版)

PAINTERS AND ALLIED TRADES ENDORSE ESSAIBI GEORGE FOR MAYOR

Boston, MA — Today, the Painters and Allied Trades DC 35 (IUPAT DC 35) officially endorsed At-Large City Councilor Annissa Essaibi George in her candidacy for Mayor citing her ongoing commitment to their members and a more equitable workforce and economy during an event at their office in Roslindale. IUPAT DC 35 is made up of nearly 1,000 members in Boston.

“DC 35 is proud to stand with Annissa Essaibi George in this race,” said Jeff Sullivan, Business Manager of IUPAT DC 35. “Annissa has been a fierce champion for workers’ rights and an economy that prioritizes working people. Boston needs a leader that not only understands what working families are up against in this city, but is ready to take those challenges head on. It’s why Annissa needs to be the next Mayor of Boston.”


“I’m so grateful to have the support of IUPAT DC 35 in this race,” said Essaibi George. “We must make sure that our economy lifts our hard working residents up, just as they lift this entire city up. As Mayor, I’ll build a better Boston by prioritizing economic justice—and I’m so proud to have labor by my side to get it done.”


Essaibi George’s economic justice and workers’ rights policy plan includes the creation of the first-ever City of Boston Department of Economic Justice and Workers’ Rights, headed by a cabinet-level chief who will report directly to the Mayor and have a seat at the policymaking table to assess the potential impact proposed policies and initiatives may have on Boston’s working families. 


Additionally, Essaibi George has been a strong advocate for improvements to Madison Park Technical Vocational High School and vocational programs in the Boston Public Schools to provide students with career readiness after graduation. 

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