This year has been filled with political, cultural and social ups and downs. From the historic take down of the confederate flag to the fight to stop massive deportations and protecting immigrant families – Machinists Union and other labor and community activists have stood together to change the rules.
We’ve learned that when we speak up together we can achieve change for our communities and our economy – that’s why we need you to join hundreds of labor and community activists at the 2016 AFL-CIO Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Civil and Human Rights Conference in Washington, DC. Register for the conference today.
“The IAM has a rich history of social activism – from A. Philip Randolph to William Winpisinger to the thousands of us who are ready today to make a positive difference in the world,” said IAM General Vice President Diane Babineaux. “I hope to see lots of IAM members alongside other movers and shakers in the labor movement in January.”
Each year the AFL-CIO convenes the top labor activists, community leaders and thinkers from around the country to learn skills, strategize around action and develop relationships to move our collective agenda forward. Don’t miss out on this historic event. We’ll be at the Washington Hilton Hotel January 15-18 in Washington, DC. Register today.