Coalition Partners

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1199 SEIU United Healthcare Workers East
AAUW, Buffalo Branch
A Better Balance
Alzheimer’s Association
Amalgamated Bank
Amalgamated Life Insurance Company
Amalgamated Transit Union-Local 726
American Cancer Society
American Federation of Musicians-Local 802
American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees
Brennan Center Of NYU Law School
Brooklynwide Interagency Council on the Aging
BUILD of Buffalo
Capital District Area Labor Federation
Center for Children’s Initiatives
Center for the Independence of the Disabled (CIDNY)
Children’s Agenda
Children’s Defense Fund – New York
Citizen Action of NY
Citizens Committee for Children
Civil Service Employees Association
Civil Service Employees Association Region 1
Coalition for Economic Justice
Coalition of Black Trade Unionists, Buffalo
Coalition of Labor Union Women
Common Sense Kids Action
Communications Workers of America-District 1
Communications Workers of America-Local 1101
Communications Workers of America-Local 1118
Communications Workers of America-Local 1108
Communications Workers of America-Local 1182
Compassion & Choices New York
NABET-CWA-Local 16
Community Service Society of NY
Cronin Enterprises, Inc.
District Council 37, AFSCME
District Council 1707, AFSCME
Enterprising & Professional Women NYC
Families Together in New York State
Family Planning Advocates
Federation of Protestant Welfare Agencies
Greater NY Labor-Religion Coalition
Hispanic Senior Action Council
Human Services Council of NYC
Gay Men’s Health Crisis
Greater New York Labor-Religion Coalition
Innovation Printing & Promotions, Inc
Institute for the Puerto Rican/Hispanic Elderly
Institute for Women and Work at Cornell University
International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers-Local 1049
International Brotherhood of Teamsters-Local 237
Intracommunities, Inc.
JI Associates (investment firm)
Lafayette Avenue Presbyterian Church
LatinoJustice PRLDEF
Law Office of Frances Weinstock, Esq.
Legal Momentum
Level Woodworks (Southampton)
LiveOn NY
Long Island Jobs with Justice
Long Island Women’s Agenda (LIWA)
Long Term Care Community Coalition
MA Design
Metro Justice
Metro New York Health Care for All Campaign
Miller and Zellner Associates LLC
MomsRising
Ms. Foundation
National Alliance on Mental Illness of NYC Metro, Inc.
National Association of Social Workers– NYS & NYC 
National Association of Women Business Owners- NYC (NAWBO)
National Council on Jewish Women– NY State
National Employment Law Project (NELP)
National Parenting Association
National Partnership for Women and Families
New York City Central Labor Council-AFL-CIO
New York Civil Liberties Union
New York State AFL-CIO
New York State Alliance for Retired Americans
New York State Nurses Association
New York State Public Employees Federation
New York State United Teachers
New York Statewide Breastfeeding Coalition
New York Statewide Senior Action Council
New York Workers’ Compensation Alliance
Nontraditional Employment for Women
NOW – NYS
NOW – Westchester
NY Jobs with Justice
NY Society for Ethical Culture
NY State Child Care Coordinating Council
NY Union Child Care Coalition
NYCOSH – NY Committee for Occupational Safety and Health
Older Women’s League-Brooklyn
Partnership for Public Good
Planned Parenthood-NYC
PowHer NY
Professional Staff Congress
Professional Staff Congress/American Federation of Teachers-Local 2334
Professional Staff Congress/American Federation of Teachers-Local 4224
Professional Staff Congress/City University of New York
Retail Wholesale Department Store Union
Retail Wholesale Department Store Union-Local 1102
Rochester Area Labor Federation-AFL-CIO
Schuyler Center for Analysis and Advocacy
Service Employees International Union -Local 32BJ
Stoney Associates
SUNY Brooklyn Educational Opportunity
Superba Graphics
Tompkins County Workers’ Center
Transport Workers Union-Local 100
UNITE HERE-Local 150
UNITE HERE-Local 23-25
United Auto Workers-Local 2110
United Auto Workers-Region 9A
United Federation of Teachers
United Food & Commercial Workers Women’s Network
United Food & Commercial Workers-Local 1500
United Neighborhood Houses
United University Professions
Western New York Peace Center
Women Builders Council
Women’s City Club of NY
Womenservices & the Birthing Center of Buffalo
Working Families Party
Wylde Child Productions, Inc.
YMCA of Greater Rochester

 

The New York Paid Family Leave Insurance Campaign’s Steering Committee consists of 1199 SEIU, 32BJ SEIU, A Better Balance, Citizen Action of New York, Community Service Society, New York Civil Liberties Union, New York Paid Leave Coalition, the NYS AFL-CIO, New York Statewide Senior Action Council, and the Working Families Organization.