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National Nurses United: The largest RN Union in U.S. history, with more than 150,000 nurses nationwide. Executive Director is .
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The Real News 5h
"It’s really frustrating that we have come to this point where the administration and our government officials and healthcare officials who are supposed to be watching for the health and welfare of the public are not really doing their jobs"
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Women's March 8h
The Senate has had 5 months to pass legislation that protects nurses on the frontlines of , over 90% of whom are women. We’re joining to demand that the U.S. Senate pass two key measures to keep nurses safe. Sign here:
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NationalNursesUnited 7h
Press Release: RNs Protest Unsafe Protections as Surges “HCA and Blake management are putting the lives and safety of frontline caregivers and patients in jeopardy...” said Blake RN Candice Cordero.
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NationalNursesUnited 8h
A recent investigation found that at least 35 healthcare workers died after received safety complaints about their workplaces. Working people deserve better than this and nurses will fight to make sure that we get justice.
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NationalNursesUnited Jul 1
🚨Healthcare workers are !🚨 from heat stroke!
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NationalNursesUnited Jul 1
Record-breaking COVID-19 infections, hot temps, and unsafe PPE practices are a recipe for disaster. Nurses have reported difficulty breathing, heat stress, and fatigue. Sign the petition to demand the Senate . ➡️
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NationalNursesUnited Jul 1
Nurses united will never be defeated! NNU RNs at are needlessly put in harms way during the pandemic. But RNs are united to demand management take action to and patients with adequate PPE.
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NationalNursesUnited Jun 30
Taxpayers funded the development of this drug. Now, wants those same taxpayers to pay billions more for the very medication that they already paid the corporation to develop. Nurses say, the people deserve better!
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NationalNursesUnited Jun 30
The racial inequities upheld in the U.S. not only harm Black, Indigenous and people of color communities, they increase health risks for everyone. The fight to is inextricably linked to our fight against .
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U.S. News Jun 29
"Our employers and the government would rather protect their profits than protect their workers – and it's really sad," says President Zenei Triunfo-Cortez.
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NationalNursesUnited Jun 30
NNU nurses and community organizers in Chicago are united to demand the city shift funding from policing to social services and critically needed resources for public health and mental health services.
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Bonnie Castillo Jun 30
Fierce union sister NNU President, Zenei Cortez, RN has fought everyday since the pandemic began for proper PPE for all . "Our employers and the government would rather protect their profits than protect their workers."
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Bonnie Castillo Jun 29
"Scientists are only starting to grasp the vast array of health problems caused by , some of which may have lingering effects on patients and health systems for years to come." For many, "recovering" doesn't mean returning to healthy.
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Bonnie Castillo Jun 29
NNU President Zenei Cortez, RN speaks to about the issue of reopening during a surge in cases. "Since the beginning of the pandemic, we have been sounding the alarm that we are not prepared to tackle COVID-19 and have been asking for optimum PPE."
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NationalNursesUnited Jun 28
Nurses know PPE is designed for single use only, but many are being instructed by hospital management to wear the same PPE for an entire shift. Nurses at St. Bernardine Medical Center in, California took the streets to demand an end to this unsafe practice.
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NationalNursesUnited Jun 27
Nurses and family members attended a candlelight vigil at St. Rose Hospital in Hayward, CA last week to pay homage to RNs who have passed away from , and to demand that hospitals take responsibility to keep nurses and patients safe.
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NationalNursesUnited Jun 26
Press Release: Chicago Rally, March, and Car Caravan to Demand Racial Equity in Health Care It's outrageous that 60% of the lives claimed by in Chicago were those of Black people even as the city is only 30% Black.
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NationalNursesUnited Jun 26
"I did not see myself as a victim. I saw myself as someone who would be fighting for a whole lot of people. And that's what got me started to be active in the union." Check out this powerful profile piece on our very own NNU President .
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Bonnie Castillo Jun 26
Proud of our nurses on the front lines working to address systemic racism in health care. RNs helped lead a coalition effort that wrote –– and passed –– a resolution to defund the jail and sheriff’s office, and reinvest money into .
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NationalNursesUnited Jun 26
Headache, dizziness, nausea and shortness of breath. These are just a few of the symptoms caused by the ineffective and unsafe "decontamination" of N95 respirators. . Get the facts:
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