COPE

The Committee On Political Education (COPE) is part of SEIU Local 509 and serves as our political action fund. Money contributed to COPE goes directly toward electing pro-worker, pro-labor politicians as well as working for or against ballot measures that would affect our union.

Because many of our members are employed by the state, or agencies which receive funding from the state, having supportive politicians in office is important to funding strong and fair contracts. Contributing to COPE is a great way to invest in your future as a union human service worker in Massachusetts.

Because we do not use members’ dues to give to political campaigns, COPE is funded by voluntary contributions from our members. As little as $1/week makes a big difference. If you do not currently contribute to COPE, or would like to increase your amount, Click here to request that a COPE card be mailed to you.

COPE Committtee, which decides how funds are distributed, meets on the 1st Wednesday of the month, all Local 509 members are welcome to join and be a part of deciding how we can work together to elect pro-worker politicians, contact Deputy Political Director Melody Hugo for more information.

Vote Tuesday, March 1 | Polls Close at 8:00pm!

Dear Friends,Hillary SEIU_580p

Tuesday is Election Day, so I’ll get straight to the point: If we want real progress on the issues that will help us build a brighter future for human service workers, educators and the communities we serve, then we need to elect Hillary Clinton—and every one of us needs to get out and vote before 8:00pm on March 1.

Click here to find your polling location.

From the fight for living wages to our push to ensure universal access to quality education and child care, Hillary Clinton is best positioned to deliver on a progressive agenda that will make life better for working families across the country. For example:

  • Hillary has consistently spoken out in support of the Fight for $15 and a union, the growing movement built from brave working people getting out in the streets and making a bold demand on big corporations. Hillary endorsed the New York wage board fight that resulted in $15 for all fast food workers in the state. She has issued statements of public support for workers and their Fight for $15 and a union on all national days of action and has applauded decisions to raise wages to $15 in communities across the country.
  • Hillary understands the needs of home care providers and family child care providers who help educate our future generations and allow our seniors and those with disabilities to live with dignity at home. “One of the things I’m trying to do in this campaign is put raising wages at the center,” Clinton said at a roundtable in Los Angeles with SEIU home care providers. At a child care roundtable she joined in Chicago, she said, “When we short-change child care workers, we short-change kids and America’s future. ”
  • Hillary’s plan would guarantee up to 12 weeks of paid family and medical leave—an effort we are spearheading at the state level here in Massachusetts. Her proposal is funded by ensuring the wealthiest pay their fair share, not raising taxes on working families. “For many workers, staying home to take care of a sick child or an aging parent means losing a paycheck—or worse, even losing a job,” she said in November.  “That is an impossible choice we shouldn’t ask anyone to make—and yet American workers are forced to make it every day.”

All of this is why SEIU has endorsed Hillary Clinton for president, and the stakes couldn’t be higher. Find your polling place here — and make your plan now to vote for Hillary Clinton on Tuesday, March 1. Take a look at your calendar and make sure you will have time to get to the polls before 8:00pm.

Let’s not leave our families’ future to chance.

Thanks for all that you do,
Tousignant Signature fname_tsp

 

 

Susan Tousignant
President, SEIU Local 509

Leave a comment

Jobs, Justice and Climate: Rally to Defend New England’s Future Saturday


Right now, world leaders are meeting in Paris to negotiate a new global climate treaty. This is their 21st attempt, and we know that whatever agreement may result won’t be nearly as strong as we need it to be. This year is on track to be the hottest on record, and unprecedented storms, floods and droughts are happening around the world.

The cost of climate change will be high, and we know that middle class and low-income families will wind up paying the price. We need to do something about the situation now, before time runs out — and we need to do it in a way that protects workers and retirees.

On Saturday, December 12 people will come together from across New England to call for bold climate solutions that create secure union jobs, strengthen community power and help build a more resilient future. Join us to make your voice heard!


 Jobs, Justice and Climate: Rally to Defend New England’s Future

Saturday, December 12 — 1:00pm to 3:00pm
Boston Common, Boston


Check out the video above for more information — or visit our coalition website at www.JobsJusticeClimate.org.

Leave a comment

SEIU Endorses Hillary Clinton for President

Members: Clinton supports our movement to build a better future for working families

WASHINGTON — After a rigorous, months-long member engagement process, the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) today endorsed Hillary Clinton for president, calling her a leader who will stand up for the working people building a movement to secure a better future for their families.

“Hillary Clinton has proven she will fight, deliver and win for working families,” said SEIU International President Mary Kay Henry. “SEIU members and working families across America are part of a growing movement to build a better future for their families, and Hillary Clinton will support and stand with them. This movement for economic, racial, immigrant and social justice is poised to turn out to vote in November with their families and communities and keep pushing elected officials to deliver once in office.”

“We are endorsing Hillary Clinton because she will stand up for working people like me when she’s in the White House, not the rich and powerful,” said Regina Sutton, a home care worker and member of SEIU Local 2015 in California.

SEIU’s member engagement included a 1,200-member conference in March, three national tele-town hall meetings in which more than 178,000 members participated, three national member polls from the fall of 2014 through the fall of 2015, more than 200 local executive board debates and discussions with thousands of local union officers and elected member leaders and local union member discussions representing 1.2 million SEIU members, which included leadership assemblies, live phone calls, worksite meetings, emails and text messages.

Hillary Clinton will fight to raise wages and has stood up for the rights of workers to join together in a union.  She has spoken out in support of the Fight for $15 movement: on the movement’s April 15 national day of action, during the New York wage board fight that resulted in $15 for all fast food workers in the state, for the $15 victories in Los Angeles city and county and again just last week, on Nov. 10, during the biggest day of action yet. 

“As cleaners, we roll up our sleeves every day and get the job done without complaint. When Hillary Clinton is president, she will do the same. She will fight tirelessly for working families. I like that she is not running to prove a point, she is running to make our country better,” said Pam Johnston, a cleaner, member of 32BJ SEIU in Pittsburgh and executive board member.

Once elected, Hillary Clinton will have the opportunity to address the epidemic of low wages and poor training standards for our nation’s airport workers, who keep travelers safe and airports clean. “Airport jobs should be good jobs — and together, we can make sure they are,” she wrote to airport workers gathered at a national convention last month in Washington. 

Clinton has recognized the value of care work in our nation, particularly the home care providers and child care teachers who help educate our future generations and allow our seniors and those with disabilities to live with dignity at home. In many places, these workers earn poverty wages with no sick or vacation time and few if any benefits. “One of the things I’m trying to do in this campaign is put raising wages at the center,” Clinton said at an August roundtable meeting in Los Angeles with SEIU home care providers. “I think your skills deserve a lot more pay and benefits than what’s currently being made available to you.”

“Hillary Clinton understands that child care teachers need living wages and that the care has to be affordable for people,” said Marites McLean, a child care provider and member of SEIU Local 509 in Massachusetts. “She gets it and she’s going to do something about it.” 

Clinton is also a leader on the core issues SEIU members care about in this election, including fighting for commonsense immigration reform that includes a path to citizenship, standing up for voting rights and criminal justice reform that prioritizes ending mass incarceration and supporting and strengthening the Affordable Care Act (ACA). Clinton’s commitment to quality, affordable healthcare goes back decades to her courageous efforts in 1994 to ensure coverage for all. SEIU members know she will fight hard to strengthen the ACA so we never go backward.

“I’m very excited about our endorsement of Hillary Clinton for president,” said Ann Byrne, a member of SEIU Local 199 and nurse at the University of Iowa Hospital and Clinics. “I’m going to caucus for her, door-knock for her and phone bank for her. As a nurse for 26 years, I know that Hillary Clinton will defend and strengthen the Affordable Care Act so our patients get the care they need.”

SEIU’s 2 million members will join hands with community partners in a broad movement for economic, social, immigrant and racial justice. Along with the 64 million people who work at jobs paying poverty-level wages, they will be a powerful force during the 2016 elections. SEIU members will use their strength at the grassroots and community levels to support the candidates who will stand with them. Hundreds of thousands of face-to-face and door-to-door contacts, millions of phone calls, robust digital engagement and other activities to get out the vote will counteract the efforts of billionaires and corporations to elect leaders who would answer only to the wealthy few.

 

###

The Service Employees International Union (SEIU) unites 2 million diverse members in the United States, Canada and Puerto Rico. SEIU members working in the healthcare industry, in the public sector and in property services believe in the power of joining together on the job to win higher wages and benefits and to create better communities while fighting for a more just society and an economy that works for all of us, not just corporations and the wealthy. More information at www.seiu.org.

Leave a comment

Springfield City Council Urges Clinical & Support Options to Value Mental Health Services, Providers

In unanimous vote, local elected officials join colleagues in Northampton, Greenfield in demanding a strong contract for Western Mass clinicians and crisis workers

Councilor Orlando Ramos, author of the Springfield Resolution. (photo via MassLive)

Councilor Orlando Ramos, author of the Springfield Resolution. (photo via MassLive)

SPRINGFIELD, MA – On the eve of what is expected to be a final negotiation session with agency management, the Springfield City Council voted unanimously Monday to support front-line clinicians and crisis workers in their fight for quality mental health care at the local branch of Clinical & Support Options (CSO). Authored by Council Vice President Orlando Ramos, the resolution sends a clear message that the City of Springfield stands with mental health workers who provide critical care – urging agency managers to return to the table “to reach a fair resolution that appropriately values these vital services and those who provide them.”

 A copy of the full resolution is available here.  

“The opioid epidemic is at the forefront of the local and national debate. These are the people who provide the services we need to tackle that crisis,” said City Council Vice President Orlando Ramos at Monday’s meeting. “We’re calling on Clinical & Support Options to negotiate in good faith with mental health and crisis workers – to value their important work.”

The Springfield resolution marks the latest call in a growing public outcry over the taxpayer-funded agency’s refusal to value essential mental health and crisis services in Western Massachusetts. City Councilors in Northampton unanimously passed their own resolution in support of CSO mental health workers in September, following similar action by the Greenfield Town Council in August. Community members throughout the region have sent more than 1,500 messages of concern to the agency’s Board of Directors and CEO as well.

“As mental health and crisis workers, we’re out in the community every single day working with some of Springfield’s most at-risk and vulnerable populations,” said Chassity Crowell-Miller, an outpatient clinician based at CSO’s Springfield facility. “This resolution sends a clear message that our elected leaders understand the importance of our work, and believe CSO must do more to support us in our efforts to keep communities safe and healthy.”

Clinicians and crisis workers staged their first demonstrations outside agency facilities in April to draw attention to near-poverty wages and severe workplace stress at CSO – serious challenges that have spurred high turnover that jeopardize the continuity and quality of client care. Agency managers rejected all attempts to address these grave issues in the ensuing months, ultimately leading to July’s three-day strike for quality care.

“The fact that these people are doing such critical work in our community and earning less than $15 an hour is unacceptable,” said Councilor Melvin Edwards. “The least CSO management can do is negotiate in good faith and come to a fair resolution.”

Despite public calls for action, Clinical & Support Options managers have refused to engage in meaningful dialogue over the serious challenges faced by the taxpayer-funded agency. The non-profit’s CEO, Karin Jeffers, has yet to attend a single negotiation session with front-line staff. A final negotiation session has been scheduled for the evening of Tuesday, October 6.

More than 350 clinicians and crisis workers at Clinical & Support Options provide vital services to over 14,000 at-risk children and families each year – from emergency mental health interventions and gang violence prevention to sexual abuse trauma and addiction treatment. With operations in Amherst, Athol, Florence, Greenfield, Northampton, Orange, Pittsfield and Springfield, their work is critical to the safety and wellbeing of families in more than 100 cities and towns throughout Western Massachusetts.

– ### –

Leave a comment

Take Action to Stop the Attack on Earned Sick Time!

Urge your legislators to reject Senator Mike Rodrigues’ attempt to stall implementation of Earned Sick Time for working families!

Last fall, a vast majority of voters across the Commonwealth approved the Earned Sick Time ballot initiative. This critical legislation guarantees that every worker can earn up to 40 hours of sick time each year to care for themselves or the health of their families.

Despite overwhelming support in his own district and beyond, Senator Mike Rodrigues (Westport) is attempting to delay implementation of Earned Sick Time for working families. If his amendment is successful, more than a million workers could stand to lose a paycheck — or even their jobs — just for falling ill or needing to care for a sick child.

Rodrigues Earned Sick Time Attack Feature_580p

The vote on this amendment is coming up soon, so it is important that our Representatives and Senators hear from us right away. We need to send a clear message that Amendment 19 — and all other attempts to roll back Earned Sick Time for working families — must be defeated. Please take a moment to contact your Representative and Senator today.

As always, please feel free to contact Legislative & Political Director Chris Condon with any questions you may have.
Leave a comment

Mass. Residents Overwhelmingly Vote ‘YES on 4’ for Earned Sick Time!

YesOn4_300pThe Yes on Question 4 coalition issued the following statement about Question 4, which was approved by Massachusetts voters November 4 — and will ensure access to earned sick time for hundreds of thousands of Massachusetts families.

“Ted Kennedy said that ‘no one should have to choose between the job they need and the family they love.’ With passage of earned sick time, no parent in Massachusetts will be forced to choose between going to work to put food on the table and staying home to take care of a sick child. No worker will risk losing their job because they need to see a doctor.

This vote shows that the people of Massachusetts fundamentally believe that the ability to care and provide for themselves and family members is a right, not a privilege. Earned sick time will help small businesses succeed by making employees healthier and more productive, and will keep money in the hands of consumers who spend it in their neighborhoods, helping grow our local economies. For the almost one million workers in Massachusetts who today can’t take a single day of paid sick time, this vote is a major victory.”

When it takes effect on July 1, 2015, Question 4 will guarantee every worker in Massachusetts access to the benefit of earned sick time, and prohibit employer retaliation against workers who take time off due to illness.

  • At companies with 10 or fewer employees, workers will earn up to 40 hours of unpaid sick time to visit the doctor or take care of a sick family member.
  • At companies with 11 or more employees, workers will earn up to 40 hours of paid sick time.

Along with SEIU Local 509, Question 4 was supported by over 250 community organizations, religious groups, labor unions, businesses, and civic leaders, including the state’s leading hospitals and healthcare providers and the Alliance for Business Leadership — a group of 200 business leaders.

 

Raise Up Massachusetts, a coalition of more than 100 community organizations, religious groups, and labor unions, collected more than 360,000 signatures to put Question 4 and a minimum wage increase on the ballot. In June, the Legislature passed and Governor Patrick signed legislation giving Massachusetts the highest minimum wage in the country. Raise Up Massachusetts then led the campaign to ensure access to earned sick time for all workers in the Commonwealth by passing Question 4.

Leave a comment

2014 General Election Endorsements

Believe it or not, General Election Day is today — and the outcome of this race will have a major impact on the issues that matter most to important to human service workers and educators. It’s important that each and every one of us get out and vote!

To help inform these important decisions, the Local 509 Committee on Political Education (COPE) spent several weeks interviewing many of the candidates who will appear on the November 4th ballot. Members questioned incumbents and challengers alike on their stances on issues ranging from social service caseloads and earned sick time to collective bargaining and private sector wages. Based on these face-to-face interviews, candidate questionnaires and voting records, COPE has endorsed a host of workers’ rights champions for offices up and down the ballot. 


For polling locations, voting information and to view which races are on the ballot in your neighborhood, type in your home address at www.wheredoivotema.com.

Local 509 Endorsements:
Statewide
MA House
MA Senate

Check out the current Legislature’s voting record on the issues that matter to 509 members:
MA House Legislative Scorecard
MA Senate Legislative Scorecard


STATEWIDE ELECTION ENDORSEMENTS

Martha Coakley Headshot_rs

Governor

Martha Coakley

Website | Facebook | Twitter

Kerrigan_200p
Lieutenant Governor

Steve Kerrigan

Website | Facebook | Twitter

Healey Headshot_rs

Attorney General

Maura Healey

Website | Facebook | Twitter

 

Back to top.


MA HOUSE ELECTION ENDORSEMENTS

 

Alphabetical by Last Name

509 Support Grade

Rep. Denise

Andrews

100%

Rep. James

Arciero

87%

Rep. Brian

Ashe

100%

Rep. Cory

Atkins

100%

Rep. Bruce

Ayers

88%

Rep. Ruth

Balser

100%

Christine

Barber

NA

Rep. Carlo

Basile

94%

Doug

Belanger

NA

Rep. Jennifer

Benson

100%

Rep. John

Binienda

95%

Rep. Garrett

Bradley

96%

Rep. Michael

Brady

100%

Rep. Paul

Brodeur

100%

Rep. Antonio

Cabral

100%

Rep. Tom

Calter

89%

Rep. Linda Dean

Campbell

84%

Rep. James

Cantwell

93%

Rep. Gailanne

Cariddi

100%

Rep. Evandro

Carvalho

100%

Matthew

Castriotta

NA

Rep. Tackey

Chan

100%

Rep. Nick

Collins

100%

Rep. Edward

Coppinger

100%

Rep. Michael

Costello

100%

Rep. Claire

Cronin

100%

Rep. Daniel

Cullinane

100%

Rep. Sean

Curran

84%

Rep. Mark

Cusack

100%

Rep. Josh

Cutler

100%

Michael

Day

NA

Rep. Marjorie

Decker

100%

Rep. Robert

DeLeo

100%

Rep. Brian

Dempsey

96%

Rep. Marcos

Devers

100%

Rep. Stephen

DiNatale

95%

Rep. Diana

DiZoglio

100%

Rep. Daniel

Donahue

100%

Rep. Paul

Donato

96%

Michelle

DuBois

NA

Keavin

Duffy, Jr.

NA

Rep. James

Dwyer

94%

Rep. Carolyn

Dykema

94%

Rep. Lori

Ehrlich

94%

Rep. Chris

Fallon

88%

Rep. Tricia

Farley-Bouvier

100%

Rep. Robert

Fennell

92%

Rep. John

Fernandes

94%

Rep. Ann-Margaret

Ferrante

100%

Christopher

Finn

NA

Rep. Michael

Finn

100%

Rep. Carole

Fiola

100%

Rep. Gloria

Fox

100%

Rep. William

Galvin

100%

Rep. Sean

Garballey

100%

Rep. Denise

Garlick

100%

Rep. Colleen

Garry

83%

Rep. Thomas

Golden

96%

Rep. Kenneth

Gordon

100%

Rep. Danielle

Gregoire

100%

Beverly Ann

Griffin-Dunne

NA

Rep. Patricia

Haddad

100%

Rep. Jonathan

Hecht

100%

Rep. Paul

Heroux

100%

Ari

Herzog

NA

Rep. Kate

Hogan

100%

Rep. Russell

Holmes

100%

Rep. Kevin

Honan

100%

Rep. Daniel

Hunt

100%

Rep. Louis

Kafka

100%

Rep. Jay

Kaufman

100%

Rep. Mary

Keefe

100%

Rep. John

Keenan

100%

Rep. Kay

Khan

100%

Rep. Peter

Kocot

100%

Rep. Robert

Koczera

95%

Rep. Stephen

Kulik

100%

Rep. John

Lawn

100%

Rep. David

Linsky

100%

Rep. Jay

Livingstone

100%

Rep. Timothy

Madden

100%

Rep. John

Mahoney

100%

Rep. Liz

Malia

100%

Rep. Brian

Mannal

100%

Rep. Ronald

Mariano

96%

Rep. Paul

Mark

100%

Rep. Christopher

Markey

100%

Joe

McGonagle

NA

Rep. Aaron

Michlewitz

100%

Rady

Mom

NA

Rep. Frank

Moran

100%

Rep. Mike

Moran

100%

David

Muradian

NA

Rep. James

Murphy

92%

Rep. David

Nangle

88%

Rep. Harold

Naughton, Jr.

100%

Rep. Rhonda

Nyman

100%

Rep. James

O’Day

100%

Rep. Jerald

Parisella

100%

Rep. Sarah

Peake

100%

Rep. Alice

Peisch

100%

Rep. Thomas

Petrolati

95%

Rep. Smitty

Pignatelli

100%

Rep. Denise

Provost

100%

Rep. Angelo

Puppolo

90%

Gene

Rauhala

NA

Rep. David

Rogers

100%

Rep. John

Rogers

92%

Rep. Dennis

Rosa

93%

Rep. Jeffrey

Roy

100%

Rep. Byron

Rushing

100%

Rep. Daniel

Ryan

100%

Rep. Jeffrey

Sanchez

100%

Rep. Tom

Sannicandro

100%

Rep. Angelo

Scaccia

96%

Rep. Paul

Schmid

100%

Rep. John

Scibak

100%

Rep. Alan

Silvia

100%

Rep. Frank

Smizik

100%

Rep. Theodore

Speliotis

96%

Rep. Thomas

Stanley

88%

Rep. Ellen

Story

100%

Rep. William

Straus

96%

Rep. Benjamin

Swan

100%

Matthew

Terry

NA

Rep. Walter

Timilty

88%

Rep. Timothy

Toomey, Jr.

100%

Jose

Tosado

NA

Rep. Cleon

Turner

95%

Rep. Aaron

Vega

100%

Rep. John

Velis

100%

Rep. RoseLee

Vincent

100%

Rep. Joseph

Wagner

91%

Rep. Chris

Walsh

100%

Rep. Jonathan

Zlotnik

100%

Back to top.



MA SENATE ELECTION ENDORSEMENTS

Alphabetical by Last Name

509 Support Grade

Sen. William

Brownsberger

90%

Sen. Gale

Candaras

95%

Sen. Harriette

Chandler

96%

Sen. Sonia

Chang-Diaz

100%

Sen. Cynthia

Creem

100%

Sen. Sal

DiDomenico

100%

Sen. Kenneth

Donnelly

100%

Sen. Eileen

Donoghue

90%

Sen. Linda

Dorcena-Forry

100%

Sen. Benjamin

Downing

100%

Sen. James

Eldridge

100%

Sen. Barry

Finegold

100%

Sen. Jennifer

Flanagan

89%

Rep. Anne

Gobi

92%

Dylan

Hayre

NA

Sen. Pat

Jehlen

100%

Sen. John

Keenan

100%

Sen. Thomas

Kennedy

94%

Barbara

L’Italien

NA

Patrick

Leahy

NA

Eric

Lesser

NA

Sen. Jason

Lewis

100%

Sen. Joan

Lovely

100%

Sen. Tom

McGee

100%

Sen. Mark

Montigny

88%

Sen. Michael

Moore

89%

Sen. Pres. Therese

Murray

89%

Sen. Kathleen

O’Connor-Ives

100%

Sen. Marc

Pacheco

92%

Sen. Anthony

Petruccelli

95%

Sen. Michael

Rodrigues

92%

Sen. Stanley

Rosenberg

100%

Sen. Michael

Rush

91%

Sen. Karen

Spilka

96%

Sen. James

Welch

100%

Sen. Daniel

Wolf

100%

Back to top.

 



Questions? Need additional information? Contact the Local 509 Legislative & Political Department at (617) 924-8509 x515 or email ccondon@seiu509.org.

Leave a comment

The REAL Charlie Baker Record: Get the Facts

Leave a comment

SATURDAY, MARCH 15: SEIU Massachusetts Governor’s Election Forum

Leave a comment

Remembering Kenny Gorman

Ken Gorman

Kenneth (Kenny) Gorman, Jr.

Local 509 is sad to share news of the passing of longtime member and union leader Kenneth (Kenny) Gorman, Jr.

A celebration of Kenny’s life was held on Tuesday, January 14 in Spencer, MA.  Details can be found here, or in the Worcester Telegram.

While he recently retired as a correctional program officer at the Massachusetts Department of Corrections, Kenny was a larger-than-life figure at SEIU Local 509 for many years. He served in a variety of union leadership roles throughout his career: steward, chapter president, chair of our Committee on Political Education (COPE), and most recently as a trustee of the local.  Many members, both in his chapter and beyond, are grateful for Ken’s willingness to mentor and support them in their work — along with his encouragement to become more active in the union.

In addition to bargaining for and representing working families in countless forums, Kenny maintained a true passion for politics. Prior to his storied years of work in the union, Ken served as a legislative aide on Beacon Hill and maintained several close friendships from his time there. Ken volunteered many of his own hours helping to elect candidates who understood and prioritized issues impacting working families — most recently helping to elect Marty Walsh as Mayor of Boston.

Both Kenny’s day-to-day work and his activism were firmly grounded in the desire to lift up all working families — and his dedication to the cause knew no boundaries. Whether here at home or halfway across the country, Kenny was always ready to lend his voice and energy to the fight for workers’ rights. When union workers in Wisconsin came under attack from  Governor Scott Walker, Kenny passionately rallied a large crowd in Boston in support of his brothers and sisters. His words and actions will continue to inspire our work for years to come.

Kenny Gorman was a great leader, a dedicated public servant, and a kind man who will be greatly missed by all of us at local 509.  The SEIU Local 509 COPE Committee has established an annual $1,000 scholarship to be given in Ken’s memory.

 

Leave a comment