|New York Public Library Guild Local 1930|
About New York Public Library Guild Local 1930
New York Public Library Guild
The New York Public Library Guild/Local 1930 represents the staff members of the New York Public Library within various titles. We represent Library Clericals, Library Technical Assistants, Library Information Assistants, Librarians at various levels, and other titles. Local 1930 was formed in 1968 as a result of the ferment caused by the civil rights, women's and anti-war movements. Since then we have continued to be an activist union. We believe libraries are the backbone of democracy and unions are the vehicle we use to defend our economic rights. We hope everyone who reads this will help carry out the tasks necessary to continue this proud tradition.
On May 1, 1968, we received our charter and Local 1930 was officially born. It was through the hard work of various individuals who had a vision. That vision was realized and some 44 years later we are still here working on protecting our members rights, enforcing our contract language and doing the best we can to remain viable in the library world.
STRUCTURE: The Membership
STRUCTURE: The Executive Board
Through-out the years many individuals have deserve thanks for their diligent work in making Local 1930 a reality. The many individuals who have served asRepresentatives on the Executive Board, our Trustees, or update editors and web masters. We also need to thank those individuals who have chosen to take the reigns of President of Local 1930. Here is a list of those individuals who have held the reigns of President of Local 1930.
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