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Unions & Links

  • American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO)
    The American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations is an alliance of labor unions. It is the largest labor organization in the United States. It is made up of 54 labor unions representing 10 million members.

  • American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees (AFSCME)
    The American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees is part of the AFL-CIO. It represents most unionized non-federal government workers in the United States. Made up of District Councils and local unions all over the country, it has 1.4 million members.

  • District Council 37 (DC 37)
    District Council 37 is part of AFSCME. It represents primarily New York City government workers. It is made up of 56 locals that collectively have about 120,000 members.

  • Local 2627
    Local 2627 is part of DC 37. It represents nearly all the computer workers in New York City Government. It has about 5,000 members.

AFL-CIO Constituency Groups

  • A. Philip Randolph Institute (APRI)
    APRI is a national organization of black trade unionists dedicated to racial and economic justice. It seeks to build black community support for the trade union movement and to convey to labor the needs and concerns of black Americans.

  • Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance (APALA)
    APALA is the first and only national organization of Asian Pacific American union members. It organizes and works with Asian Pacific American workers, many of them immigrants, to build the labor movement and address exploitative conditions at work.

  • Coalition of Black Trade Unionists (CBTU)
    CBTU works to maximize the strength and influence of black workers in unions and empower their communities. As an independent voice of black workers within the unions, it challenges organized labor to be more relevant to the needs of black and poor workers.

  • Coalition of Labor Union Women (CLUW)
    CLUW's four basic goals are: to promote affirmative action in the workplace; to strengthen the role of women in unions; to organize unorganized women; and to increase the involvement of women in the political and legislative process.

  • Labor Council for Latin American Advancement (LCLAA)
    LCLAA represents the views of not only Latino trade unionists but all Latino workers seeking justice at the workplace. It serves as a voice for change in the Latino community and recognizes the importance of mobilizing workers and their families.



 
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