Apr 24, 2024

A prominent Jewish-led labor group honored IBEW Local 103’s Lou Antonellis at its annual Labor Seder on Sun., April 7. The union’s business manager and financial secretary was recognized for his dedication “in diversifying the building trades and his pursuit of improving the wages and working conditions of electrical workers in New England.”

Antonellis exemplifies the new generation of labor leadership in the Boston area,” said Stuart Applebaum, president of the New England Jewish Labor Committee, which is just one part of a national nonprofit organization that brings Jewish community leaders, labor leaders, elected officials, and community activists together to promote social justice.

Read the full article at Dorchester Reporter.

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