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Coalition Of Labor Union Women
CLUW is America's only national organization for union women. Our members are on the
frontline, empowering working women to become leaders in their unions and encouraging
them to make a difference on the job and, most importantly, in their own lives. Our values are
simple: solidarity, involvement, dignity and justice.



LABOR COUNCIL FOR LATIN AMERICAN ADVANCEMENT
The Labor Council for Latin American Advancement (LCLAA) is the official Latino constituency
group of the AFL-CIO. LCLAA is the first national organization to represent the views of not
only Latino trade unionists but all Latino workers seeking justice at the workplace. LCLAA
was founded in 1972 by local Latino trade union committees to promote participation by
Hispanic trade unionists in a more responsive labor movement. LCLAA builds political
empowerment of the Latino family, supports economic and social justice for all workers, and
promotes greater cultural diversity at the workplace. The challenge for LCLAA is to bring
union members together in solidarity, regardless of race or ethnicity.



THE A. PHILLIP RANDOLPH INSTITUTE
1965 was the year the A. Philip Randolph Institute (APRI), a national organization of black
trade unionists, was founded. APRI's mission, from our founding to the present, has been to
fight for racial equality and economic justice. Our role is unique. We work with black trade
unionists, the people best suited to serve as a bridge between labor and the black
community. APRI spearheads the "Black-Labor Alliance" an initiative to build black community
support for the trade union movement, and to convey to labor the needs and concerns of
black Americans. With more than 150 chapters in 36 states, APRI members are involved in
political and community education, lobbying, legislative action and labor support activities.
You can join our fight by joining APRI.



COALITION OF BLACK TRADE UNIONISTS
The Coalition of Black Trade Unionists consists of members from seventy-seven
international and national unions with forty two chapters across the country. CBTU seeks to
fulfill the dream of those Black trade unionists, both living and deceased, who throughout
this century have courageously and unremittingly struggled to build a national movement
that would bring all our strengths and varied talents to bear in the unending effort to
achieve economic, political and social justice for every American.



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