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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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  • Latest Videos , News August 16, 2018

    LCLAA Convenes in Puerto Rico

    The Labor Council for Latin American Advancement’s (LCLAA) 22nd National Membership Convention took place in San Juan, Puerto Rico, where union members showed solidarity and commitment to the island, nearly one year after Hurricane Maria. The AFL-CIO constituency group elected a new President, the first woman and immigrant to hold the position. Machinists Union members

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  • iMail , News August 11, 2011

    Puerto Rico Hosts 2011 LCLAA Conference

    IAM Assistant Political and Legislative Director Rick de la Fuente (left) and Southern Territory GVP Bob Martinez were part of a large IAM delegation attending the 2011 LCLAA Education Conference. A glancing blow from Tropical Storm Emily failed to dampen the spirit of delegates at the 2011 LCLAA Education Conference, which was held in San

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  • iMail , News May 24, 2011

    LCLAA Celebrates Victory for Workers in Puerto Rico

    The Labor Council for Latin American Advancement (LCLAA) applauds Puerto Rico’s legislature for standing up for workers and restoring collective bargaining rights. A statement released by LCLAA says that “after intense pressure from the labor movement, students, workers and the community in Puerto Rico, Governor Luis Fortuño signed a law that restores collective bargaining rights

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