SOS Jobs: Gayle Henderson shares her story

Posted by TGarland on 05/29/2014

The Alliance for American Manufacturing (AAM), along with a partnership of the United Steelworkers and the United States Steel Corporation, rallied to Save Our Steel Jobs in Lorain, Ohio on May 5th.

Team AAM met United Steelworker Gayle Henderson, who shared what her job at U. S. Steel Lorain means to her livelihood and the surrounding community.

Stand with Gayle and urge our government to make the right choice: save our steel jobs.

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