Locked-Out AFGE Workers Volunteer at Greater Boston Food Bank

October 8, 2013

In Massachussetts, AFGE locals are encouraging members to do volunteer work while they are locked out of their jobs. "Locked out of our offices, but not out of public service," says Carolyn Federoff, vice president of AFGE's Housing and Urban Development Council and an attorney with the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) in Boston.

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