What is the Labor Alliance for Latin American Advancement

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.

With 65 chapters throughout the country and Puerto Rico, LCLAA members engage in different creative programs that promote political empowerment, cultural pride, and economic development of Latino workers and their families.

When you join LCLAA, you become part of the Latino Labor Movement and the political empowerment of the Latino family.  You don’t have to be Latino to join LCLAA.  LCLAA supports economic and social justice for all workers and promotes greater cultural diversity at the workplace.

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