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Navajo Nation president says the ‘curve is flattening’ with COVID-19 cases

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Despite recently surpassing New York to have the highest COVID-19 infection rate in the country, Navajo Nation pres… https://t.co/Lz3IQMFXff

twitter.com/mineworkers 3 days ago

"Despite recently surpassing New York to have the highest COVID-19 infection rate in the country, Navajo Nation president Jonathan Nez said on Memorial Day that “the curve is flattening on the Navajo Nation.”"

FB.com/UMWAunion 3 days ago

"Despite recently surpassing New York to have the highest COVID-19 infection rate in the country, Navajo Nation president Jonathan Nez said on Memorial Day that “the curve is flattening on the Navajo Nation.”"

FB.com/UMWAunion 3 days ago

The UMWA will spend this holiday honoring and mourning the military personnel who had died while serving in the United States Armed Forces. Thank you for your service. We will never forget the sacrifices you have made.

FB.com/UMWAunion 6 days ago

Despite recently surpassing New York to have the highest COVID-19 infection rate in the country, Navajo Nation pres… https://t.co/Lz3IQMFXff

twitter.com/mineworkers 3 days ago

@buzzardb5 He needs to prove that. He’s done nothing so far to actually bring coal jobs back. Photo ops don’t feed coal miners’ families.

twitter.com/mineworkers 4 days ago

This year marks the 100th anniversary of the Battle of Matewan when a shootout occurred in the town of Matewan, West Virginia between the local coal miners and Baldwin–Felts Detective Agency. UMWA International President Cecil E. Roberts talks about the events that took place on May 19, 1920 and the impact it has made on how we live today.

youtube.com/user/UMWAunion 17 days ago

The United Mine Workers have long fought for better health and safety on the job, as we have lost more members than any other union to disasters and occupational diseases. Indeed, miners and their families led the way in demanding creation of the first federal occupational safety enforcement agency, the Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA), in the wake of the Farmington #9 explosion in 1968. As we recognize Workers Memorial Day 2020, we pray for those workers killed or injured on the job this year, last year, and every year. And we call on all Americans to join us as we get right back to fighting for the living.

youtube.com/user/UMWAunion 1 month ago