2018 WAC/CMCA Conference!
At the OCSEA Women and Minority Affairs (WAC/CMCA) Conference this weekend, May 18-20, activists will come together to take on the issues facing public employees in the workplace. There will be particular emphasis on unifying around national attacks against workers’ unions and the impact that the upcoming U.S. Supreme Court decision on the case, Janus v. AFSCME Council 31, could have on public employees, particularly women and minorities.
Attendees will gather at the Sawmill Creek Resort in Huron, Ohio. They will hear from powerful speakers who support public employees' rights to form unions, one of the last defenses we have to protect public services and the rights of women and minorities on the job. Speakers will include candidates for Governor and Lt. Governor, Richard Cordray and Betty Sutton. See the tentative agenda.
This year’s conference theme is: The Dream Continues with Us.”
The Committees will also hold a canned food drive during the event to distribute to a local food pantry.