Workers of Good Jobs Nation say: "Donald Trump is Not Who We Are"

As a member of the Good Jobs Nation community, I invite all members to stand together against the racial, religious and other intolerance that Donald Trump’s policies and rhetoric promotes. It is putting our Latino, Muslim-American, those with disabilities, and other community members directly at risk.

There is no place for this kind of discrimination at Good Jobs Nation or in America.

As a community, we affirm the values that make us who we are: diversity, openness and compassion.

Join me in saying: Donald Trump is not who America is, and he is not who Good Jobs Nation is.

Why is this important?

As a member of the Union Station Workers Council in Washington, D.C., and a proud supporter of Good Jobs Nation I stand with federal low wage contract workers against racial, religious, and other intolerances that Donald Trump and his campaign promotes. We are deeply concerned that labor victories and executive orders such as fair pay, employee respect, safe working conditions will become undone if Donald Trump is in office. We are also deeply concerned about the hateful rhetoric that targets groups such as African Americans, Muslims, and women. This kind of hate and negativity threaten the basic freedoms, safety, and dignity of our communities. There is no place for this kind of discrimination at Union Station or in America. We stand with those who are most at risk. As a united community we affirm that the values that make us who we are include: diversity, openess, inclusion, and compassion. Donald Trump is not WHO WE ARE!

The views expressed in this letter are solely those of the individual author. They do not express the views or endorsement of any named organization