Carrie and her mother Joanne drove 13 hours Sunday so they could support workers in Wisconsin.
Joanne Andrews retired this summer after years of teaching French in Seneca Falls.
The labor movement is alive and well in Wisconsin, Carrie says, noting businesses had signs in their windows supporting unions “and the whole community was so supportive.
“We met teachers from Madison and Milwaukee and union members from the building trades and private sector unions. Everyone was there together….We marched, we chanted…”