The 2012 LCLAA National Convention will take place in Orlando, FL at the Disney Coronado Springs Resort on July 25 – 28, 2012, and will celebrate 40 years of service to the Latino community while serving as the launchpad to discuss the issues the labor movement and Latino working families are facing.
As part of its 40th Celebration, LCLAA will host a series of events including a women’s leadership luncheon, the Montemayor-Barraza Awards Gala as well as important workshops and discussions around key priorities for Latinos and labor, such as: immigration, Jobs and the Economy, Education, Green Jobs and Climate Change, Issues affecting Latino Workers, Young Workers and most important, the 2012 Elections focusing on the Latino Vote and how to fight back voter suppression laws affecting our community.
“In this election year it is critical that we continue to link politics to organizing and look to the Hispanic community as an opportunity for advancement,” said LCLAA National President Milton Rosado. “The policies that Congress and the administration establish must include thoughtful issues that represent our priorities.”
Early registration forms for the LCLAA Convention will be accepted until Tuesday, July 3, 2012. Click here for early registration forms and