In a show of solidarity, IAM members joined millions of others across the U.S. and Canada to march in Saturday’s historic Women’s March.
“I’m here because it’s the right thing to do. I’m a stand up, speak out kind of woman. I’m not just gonna sit here.” – IAM General Vice President Diane Babineaux
— IAMAW (@MachinistsUnion) January 22, 2017
“I have to support our women, I have to support labor issues and the rights of all women to have free choice, protect our jobs and not the rhetoric that we’re hearing but just to make sure that it gets done and done right.” – NFFE-IAM National Business Representative Roosevelt Littlejohn, Jr.
— IAMAW (@MachinistsUnion) January 21, 2017
NFFE-IAM member Amanda Booher came all the way from Seattle to march in Washington DC
“It’s very important to me because I’m outraged about what’s going on in the country right now as I think everyone should be, and I wanted to make my voice heard.”
— AFL-CIO (@AFLCIO) January 21, 2017
— Jonathan Battaglia (@jrbattaglia) January 21, 2017
IAM District 751 took part in the Women’s March in Seattle.
Check out the District 751 Women’s March – Seattle photo album
Young Machinist Dan Janssen and his family attended the Women’s March in Toronto.