Tracey Schwerdtfeger

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Tracey Schwerdtfeger is married to Kas Schwerdtfeger.

Safety rally

Frontline and essential workers will speak out about working conditions under the pandemic, the need for extended benefits, the fight for racial justice, and the urgency of defeating Trump.

The Milwaukee Area Labor Council's Young Workers Committee is hosting a rally on September 20 2020 at 4 p.m. on 4th Street (Vel Phillips) and Michigan in downtown Milwaukee.

"Working people are struggling to get by while they wait for action from Trump and Congress as the pandemic drags on and nearly 200,000 people have died in the U.S. While we fight COVID, we are also fighting for racial justice, and against Trump's attacks on unions, the U.S. Postal Service, and the VA," said Tracey Schwerdtfeger, a hospital nursing assistant. "The stakes in this election couldn't be higher for working-class people, Trump must be stopped."[1]

Iosbaker's network

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Joe Iosbaker April 4 2020.

From A worker at Trader Joe’s:  Hey will you please share these things? We're trying to show our coworkers fearing retaliation that they have people on their side.

Sean Orr, Daniel Ginsberg-Jaeckle, Kristen Jefferson, Benjamin James, Dave Schneider, Cherrene Horazuk, Richard Berg, Sarah Justice, Michael Sampson II, Mike Kramer, Regina Russell, Cathleen Jensen, Gabriella Killpack, Frank Chapman, Aislinn Sol, Sol Mar, Bassem Kawar, Martha Iosbaker, Mary Iosbaker-Azzouzi, Kas Schwerdtfeger, Tracey Schwerdtfeger, Tomas de Bourgha, Michela Martinazzi.

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