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Re: let's build a unified movement, not fight each other
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- From: "Rebecca Leighton Katers" <email@example.com>
- Date: Mon, 4 Aug 1997 12:06:39 +0000
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In our state, Dept. of Natural Resources staff
are represented by a Labor Union.
If the majority are frustrated and disgusted
with the choices they are forced into,
why don't they use their collective bargaining
rights to demand higher ethical standards?
Why don't they use their unions to offer protections to
Why don't they get more active in election
campaigns as individuals?
Forestry professionals have been very effective
through their PEER and AFCEE (sp?) collective
lobbying groups. Why don't other natural
resource professionals band together?
Imagine the power they would have if they all
stood together and supported each other?
(Instead, I just heard about another staff person
who caught hell from other staff and management
because he dared to tell me the truth in response
to my direct question.)
Rebecca Leighton Katers
Clean Water Action Council of N.E. Wisconsin
2220 Deckner Avenue
Green Bay, WI 54302