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(meets every first Wednesday of the month, 4:30, 24 Sachem St, Norwich)
President, Michelle Hayes, 860-908-3630
VP/Chief Delegate, Melissa Hunter, 860-908-3663
Treasurer, Donna Callicutt
Secretary, Marji Foxon
Political Liaison, Carol Adams
Donna Grabarek, Costitutional Delegate
Jessica Harris, Constitutional Delegate
John Brady, Constitutional Delegate, Exec. VP AFT CT
In her most recent column appearing in the New York Times, AFT President Randi Weingarten talks about the need for our country to return to the kind of thoughtful yet passionate discourse and engagement in civic life that's been far too rare lately.
The Constitution is crystal clear about what to do when there's a Supreme Court vacancy: The president of the United States nominates a candidate for the bench, and the Senate provides advice and consent, AFT President Randi Weingarten says, urging the Senate to do its job.
In her most recent column appearing in the New York Times, which came out the day before the nation celebrated the birthday of Martin Luther King Jr., AFT President Randi Weingarten talks about the damage being done to our country by increasingly partisan rancor and bitter disagreements.
The AFT along with the American Association of University Professors, filed an amicus curiae brief in the Friedrichs v. California Teachers Association case before the U.S. Supreme Court. The case threatens to make it harder for working people to join together and speak out together.