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Click here for the James Ivey Scholarship application

Click here for the Andrew D. Washington HBCU Scholarship application

Local 2401 Members and Friends: Please sign this petition ASAP and share it with others, especially on social media. This is a disgrace and also 100% unnecessary! Let's stand in solidarity with DCPS librarians and all workers who are facing losing their jobs. Remember, YOUR job could be next unless we show our strength and stop this now!  Click HERE to sign the petition. 

Services will be livestreamed Friday at 11:00 to send off AFSCME District Council 20 Executive Director Andrew Washington.

MLK in his own words. Get a free download of this poster HERE 

Local 2401 sends our deepest condolences to the family of Andrew Washington, Executive Director of AFSCME District Council 20, who passed over the weekend. Please see the statement below from DC 20. 


Remember, if you still haven't voted you may be able to take work time off to get to the polls. Details can be found here https://edpm.dc.

Reserve Your 2401 BLM Shirt Before Friday, 9/25!

To celebrate Labor Day month and show Union pride and support for the Black Lives Matter movement for social and racial justice in these unprecedented times, Local 2401 has designed a special T-shirt AND a special event for our members to show them off! 

Sign up today to reserve your shirt (limited number and sizes so ACT NOW!)

Wednesday, September 30 at noon, we'll gather together at Freedom Plaza to get a photo of EVERYONE wearing our shirts in solidarity with BLM and everyone fighting for justice and liberation everywhere! 

You MUST be a member and registered on

Details and t-shirt reservation form can be found by clicking HERE


Please read and share this message from President Enoch widely. If you haven't signed up via this website, please do it now and encourage your coworkers to do the same. Detailed instructions are below:

Good morning 2401,

Most of us have been teleworking for the past 5 months, but our fight continues.  We would like to keep you informed of the things that Local 2401 is doing, but in order to do so, we need your help.  Maintaining a manual email list is too cumbersome and does not get everyone captured; therefore, we will discontinue the manual, mass emails.  Going forward, we will only email members who have signed up to receive mailings.  Please visit to get signed up.  In the “Member Log In” area, select “Click Here to sign-up” and simply enter your information.

If you have already signed up, please make sure your contact information is accurate.  This database is separate from AFSCME International, so we need your mailing address, email address and cell phone number.  Our goal is to do a "surprise" mailing for Labor Day.  Only Dues Paying members, who have signed up on the website will receive the mailing.  Sign up by August 14, 2020!

Stay informed and stay connected.  AFSCME Local 2401 is also on Facebook and Instagram.  

In Solidarity,

Your Local 2401 Executive Board

Please sign and send this to everyone you know!  

Tell DC City Council - support workers in the Budget Support Act!

While the coronavirus pandemic has hit communities like ours incredibly hard, it is irresponsible for local government to balance budgets on the backs of essential workers. the District of Columbia City Council is voting on a Budget Support Act that as of right now includes no language honoring pay increases for AFSCME workers in the District.

Instead of honoring our essential workers who have kept the city moving during this pandemic - keeping our streets clean, our busses running, our garbage off the streets - the Act proposed by DC City Council will not only roll back wage increases that were promised, but also endanger your right to collectively bargain.  

Send a letter to your councilmember today telling them to vote protect our hard won wage increases and to protect our right to collectively bargain.  Click HERE to get to the petition. 

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