Date: Thu, Jul 10, 2014 at 6:27 AM
Subject: Re: FOR INFO: [NJFAC] Building the Movement for Full Employment - Wed. July 9 @ 10 am.
To: "Goldberg, Trudy"
Cc: Philip Harvey
Wall Street gets what it wants when it wants it from these politicians... including the ones participating in your conference but working people are supposed to endure the poverty being imposed on them through unemployment and poverty wages.
How much longer do you think the U.S. working class which is being pushed further and further into poverty by wars, monopoly price-fixing and Wall Street seeking super-profits through poverty wages is going to fall for the Democrats' agenda of "good starts?"
To get your conference on the road to a really "good start" I would suggest that you distribute this article by former Minnesota Farmer-Labor Party Governor Elmer Benson. It might help place things in a better historical perspective:
Dear Alan Maki,Thank you for your message and for your recommendation that we consult your blog.Be assured that we are students of history, well-acquainted with the 1945 full employment bill that passed the Senate and was later defeated in the House. We have also pondered the reasons for its defeat. We believe that the current H.R. 1000, The Humphrey Hawkins Full Employment and Training Act that we have had a hand in drafting is a good start and that it is closer to jobs for all than the Full Employment and Balanced Growth Act of 1978 (Humphrey Hawkins Act).We are also students of the Great Depression, the job creation programs of the New Deal, their strengths and weaknesses and of FDR's Economic Bill of Rights that began with "the right to a useful and remunerative job" which he considered "the most fundamental [right], and one on which the fulfillment of the others in large degree depends" (1945, Annual Message to Congress).
We invite you to visit our website, njfac.orgSincerely,Trudy GoldbergSincerely,Trudy Goldberg
On Wed, Jul 9, 2014 at 8:32 AM, Alan Maki <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
I regret I am unable to attend your "Jobs For All" conference.
However, I would encourage you to bring forward the idea first developed around the original "Full Employment Act of 1945" that it should be made legislatively mandatory for the president and Congress to attain and maintain full employment--- full employment being anyone who wants a jobs gets a job at real living wages; wages in line with actual cost-of-living factors not these phony figures of $9.50 or $10.10 politicians pull from their hats for political expediency and to satisfy the needs of employers looking to keep their profit margins high through cheap labor.I would encourage you to check out my blog which has the complete transcript of the Full Employment Act of 1945 Congressional Hearing.
I think it is imperative we study the past in order to gain an understanding of where we want to go with a movement for full employment.Here is my blog:
I am also including two other links which may be of interest to you:
http://www.newprogs.org/I would be interested in receiving any materials coming out of your July 9 & 10 conference.
I do find it interesting that so many organizations will allow the very politicians who campaign on a platform of "Jobs, Jobs, Jobs" are let off the hook simply because they mouth the "correct" progressive policy directives but then when provided the opportunity once elected they do absolutely nothing to implement full employment in practice.
Specifically, I am interested in knowing if your organization is going to be bringing forward legislation similar to the Full Employment Act of 1945 fully updated to take on the new problems workers and working class families are experiencing.
I also hope your conference will be addressing the "Cost-of-Living Crisis" every single working class family in this country is experiencing.Alan L. Maki
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Date: Tue, Jul 8, 2014 at 12:24 AM
Subject: FOR INFO: [NJFAC] Building the Movement for Full Employment - Wed. July 9 @ 10 am.
To: Alan Maki <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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From: National Jobs for All Coalition <email@example.com>
Date: Mon, Jul 7, 2014 at 5:01 PM
Subject: [NJFAC] Live! Jobs for All for Goes to Washington! Wed. July 9 @ 10 am.
To: GoodJobs <goodjobsforall@googlegroups.
--Live! Jobs for All for Goes toWashington! Wed. July 9 @ 10 am.Here's the link for the stream. https://www.youtube.
com/watch?v=LfaqVIx6vaUJobs for All!Enacting Job Creation LegislationandBuilding the Movement for Full EmploymentNational Conference July 9 & 10, 2014Washington D.C.Join us for a strategy discussion on job creation andbuilding a national movement for full employment.This meeting will kick off two days of dialogue among national and grassroots jobs creation advocates for the purpose of developing a coordinated national strategy for job creation.Featuring Members of:The Congressional Full Employment CaucusWednesday, July 9, 201410:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.2226 Rayburn House Office BuildingJobs for All Strategy BriefingRepresentative John Conyers, Jr. (MI)Representative Frederica Wilson (FL)Representative Marcy Kaptur (OH)Representative Barbara Lee (CA)Rev. Rodney S. Sadler, Jr., Ph.D.Moral MondayAssociate Professor of BibleUnion Presbyterian SeminaryDebby SzeredyExecutive Vice President, American Postal Workers UnionKevin BradshawPresident, Bakery, Confectionery, Tobacco, Workers& Grain Millers UnionLocal 252GKellogg's Workers in Memphis, TN have been off the job since October 2013.George H. Lambert, Jr.President and CEO of the Greater Washington Urban League,Philip HarveyProfessor of Law & EconomicsRutgers School of LawExecutive Committee, National Jobs for All CoalitionJosh NassarLegislative Director, United Auto WorkersChris HortonWorcester Unemployment Action Group (MA)Voices of Unemployed WorkersDeborah WeinsteinExecutive Director, Coalition on Human NeedsGertrude Schaffner GoldbergChair, National Jobs for All CoalitionProfessor Emerita of Social Policy, Adelphi UniversityJessica SchiederPolicy Associate, Center for Effective GovernmentLunch with Witness Wednesdays, the critical effort to renew extended unemployment benefits, will be at the Triangle on the Capitol Hill lawn.Witness Wednesdays for July 9 will be hosted by Representative Barbara Lee (CA) and will feature the stories of unemployed African Americans, Latinos, Asian Americans and Native Americans.Strategy Session A, July 9, 20142226 Rayburn House Office Building2:00 p.m. – 5:30 p.m.Chuck Bell , FacilitatorNational Jobs for All CoalitionRobert CreamerDemocracy PartnersMiriam PembertonInstitute for Policy StudiesBill BarclayChicago Political Economy GroupAndrea MillerProgressive Democrats of AmericaLocal ReportsKae HalonenSouth East Michigan Jobs with JusticeSheena FosterWorker's Interfaith Network, Memphis, TNRev. Glencie Rhedrick
Mecklenburg Ministries, NCClinton SmithGray Panthers, Austin, TXJoel SegalProgressive Democrats of America, VAFormer Senior Legislative Assistant, Representative John Conyers, Jr.Leonard MellNational Jobs for All Coalition, VALarry BreslerOrganize OhioMore, TBA______________________________
______________________________ ______Thursday Morning Panel, July 10, 201410:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.2226 Rayburn House Office BuildingLogan Martinez, FacilitatorMiami Valley Full Employment Council and National Jobs for All CoalitionFrank PetersonUnemployed VeteranOther panelists, TBAThursday afternoon we will be meeting members of the US Congress regarding job creation legislationConference Host: National Jobs for All CoalitionCo-sponsorsGray PanthersSocial DemocratsProgressive Democrats of AmericaPeople's Empowerment Coalition of OhioJobs For All CampaignWorcester Unemployment Action GroupIf you are able to attend the meeting, please RSVP using our online formFor more information Contact:Trudy Goldberg, National Jobs for All CoalitionLogan Martinez, Miami Valley Full Employment Council (Dayton, Ohio) firstname.lastname@example.org / 937-260-2591The National Jobs for All Coalition is dedicated to the propositions that meaningful employment is a precondition for a fulfilling life and that every person capable of working should have the right to a job. The Coalition not only fights to make these propositions facts of life, but it publishes invaluable research by noted scholars to support them.
National Jobs for All Coalition
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