Throughout our 50-year history, NELP’s ability to constantly assess, refine, and improve our priorities has allowed us to respond to significant and at times devastating shifts in our political and economic environment.
This video features workers’ rights leaders Mary Kay Henry, Chris Owens, Naomi Walker and Tom Perez who celebrate the work we’ve accomplished together, and offer a shared vision for a future that values of fairness, justice, and dignity for all of America’s workers.
NELP50 | Monday, May 6, 2019
Monday, May 6, 2019 6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. EST
The Mayflower Hotel
1127 Connecticut Avenue, NW,
Celebrating the work and leadership of our honorees May 6, 2019
Lee Saunders, President, AFSCME
Anna Wadia, Senior Program Officer, Ford Foundation, NELP’s 2019 Beth Shulman Fellow
Warehouse Worker Resource Center
Make the Road –New Jersey
Sponsors, Co-Chairs, & Host Committee
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Richard Trumka (President, AFL-CIO)
Mary Kay Henry (President, SEIU)
Jose Garza (Executive Director, Workers Defense Project)
Erica Smiley (Co-Director, Jobs with Justice)
Sarita Gupta (Co-Director, Jobs with Justice)
Chris Lu (Senior Strategy Advisor, FiscalNote & Former Deputy Secretary of Labor)
As we celebrate our 50th anniversary this year, we will continue to showcase NELP’s history with features and opportunities for our supporters and allies to engage with us celebrating our history and creating a shared vision for our future.
NELP Celebrates 50 Years of Advancing Dignity and Justice at Work
Since our founding in 1969, the National Employment Law Project has fought to secure the rights of workers and unemployed people across the country.