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Rosalina Grace Oral History Interview

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Rosalina Grace Oral History Interview

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Rosalina Grace first worked as a switchboard operator for the phone company. She then started a job at the Convention Center Services at the City of Santa Fe NM. In 1994, when the blue collar workers were forming a Union, Grace became involved in organizing for the Union vote. She ran for Vice President of AFSCME Local 3999 and won. Grace also sat at the first contract negotiations which won benefits and pay for City workers that was heralded as the best AFSCME contract in the state of New Mexico.

Publication Date

2-17-2018

Keywords

AFSCME 3999, health and safety on the job, equal treatment, EEOC, sick leave bank, workload issues, bereavement leave, Fair Share, Anthony Montoya

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Labor History

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Rosalina Grace Oral History Interview

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