Don Bosco Workers Emanuel Rodriguez

Announcing New Leader at Don Bosco Workers: Emanuel Rodriquez

My name is Emanuel Rodriguez I have 40 years and I am originally from Mexico, I live in Port Chester for 15 years, I am married and have 3 children.

I arrived at Don Bosco eight years ago looking for work and since then I worked as a day laborer, met Gonzalo Cruz and became a member of the board of Directors of Don Bosco workers and since then I have helped Gonzalo in the affairs of Don Bosco Workers facing.

I am also a musician and in previous years I was very involved in the choir of the church, now I play in a mariachi band and I am very grateful to God for all that has given me and I am happy to serve the community in the problems facing.

Mi nombre es Emanuel Rodriguez tengo 40 anos y soy originario de Mexico ,vivo en port chester desde hace 15 anos ,soy casado y tengo 3 hijos.
Yo llegue a Don Bosco hace 8 anos buscando trabajo y desde entonces trabaje coma jornalero, conoci a Gonzalo Cruz y me hice miembro de la mesa directiva de Don Bosco workers y desde entonces he ayudado a gonzalo en los asuntos que Don Bosco Workers enfrenta.

Tambien soy musico yen anos anteriores estube muy ivolucrado en el coro de la Iglesia, ahora toco en un mariachi band y estoy muy agradecido con Dias por todo lo que me ha brindado y estoy feliz de poder servir a a la comunidad en los problemas que enfrenta.


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Don Bosco Worker’s, Inc. is a grassroots community-organizing group led by Latino immigrant day laborers and other low-income workers in Port Chester, New York. We advocate for full and fair participation in the labor market through workplace rights education, leadership development and popular education methods for identifying social change goals from within the worker community. As part of our goal for full integration of our worker members into the labor force and society, we are committed to English language instruction and civic participation. Our principal concern is to maximize the number of workers hired daily at a fair wage and in safe working environments, while also advocating to end the exploitation of Latino immigrant workers (e.g. wage theft, etc.) by holding employers responsible. A key tenet of our mission is collaboration with other groups on the local and national levels that offer us shared resources, support, and the experience of being part of a larger social movement to advance the dignity of the worker. We are also proud to be a part of the Village of Port Chester and give back to the community through service days, actions on behalf of early childhood education, and other civic causes.