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  • News , Women's Rights , Women’s, Human Rights & Young Workers October 15, 2021

    IAM Delegates Elected At Coalition of Labor Union Women Convention

    Machinists Union members elected new delegates at the Coalition of Labor Union Women’s 21stBiennial Convention earlier this month. Terri Myette of Local 751F, Jessica Deming of Local 63 and Kristi Kidrick of Local 751A were chosen to represent the IAM at upcoming meetings of CLUW’s National Executive Board (NEB). Alternate delegates include Bridgette Hardy of

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  • iMail , Latest Videos , News March 9, 2021

    What’s a Constituency Group?

    The AFL-CIO has six constituency groups that fight for workers from underrepresented groups. This video features four. Watch to learn more about APALA, CLUW, LCLAA and Pride at Work. For more information about the A. Philip Randolph Institute and the Coalition of Black Trade Unionists (CBTU), visit and All six groups need your

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  • iMail , News July 30, 2020

    Join an AFL-CIO Constituency Group

    Power in numbers means collective strength, whether we’re negotiating together for a fair return on our work or doing what it takes to service the communities we live in. The same can be said for the AFL-CIO’s constituency groups, which address challenges that workers from underrepresented groups face.

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  • iMail , News , Women’s, Human Rights & Young Workers October 24, 2019

    IAM Takes Active Role in CLUW Convention

    Nearly 25 Machinists Union members made their voices heard at the 20th Biennial Convention of the Coalition of Labor Union Women (CLUW) in Las Vegas last week. The theme for the convention was “Sisters Not Afraid of Power: Coming Together to Change the World!”

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  • Latest Videos , News March 20, 2017

    CLUW’s Lobby Day

     Machinists descended upon Capitol Hill, as part of the Coalition of Labor Union Women’s Lobby Day to fight for paid leave and against Right to Work for Less, visiting representatives in Congress to make their voices heard. They also let each office know that they do not support the nomination of Neil Gorsuch for the

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