Recording Secretary LaTonya Crisp Honored in Black History Month Salute to Labor Leaders

The New York Daily News has profiled TWU Local 100 Recording Secretary LaTonya Crisp in an article celebrating Black labor union leaders. The piece, which ran on February 5, profiles her along with seven other prominent Black labor union executives in the New York area. You can read the profile here. In the article, Sister Crisp discusses her longtime advocacy for women's empowerment dating from her days as Fresh Pond Depot Chair (pictured), including fighting pregnancy discrimination and harassment on the job, obtaining new benefits for mothers, and supporting our Local 100 widows and orphans.