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Resolution in Support of AFL-CIO Constituency Groups* Gaining Official Representation on State Federation & Central Labor Council Executive Boards

Whereas, AFL-CIO constituency groups represent the full diversity of the growing American workforce, and
Whereas, constituency groups bring a perspective and a voice not always heard in the labor movement, and
Whereas, the elected officers who site on the State Federation Executive Boards and Central Labor Council Executive Boards represent a range of unions, industries and regions and often form the core of the labor movement, and
Whereas, these Executive Boards and Councils are targeted to carry out all AFL-CIO initiatives such as Street Heat and Union Cities,
Therefore Be It Resolved that PAW/AFL-CIO request that the AFL-CIO work to gain official representation on State Federation and Central Labor Council Executive Boards for all its’ constituency groups.
And Be It Further Resolved that PAW/AFL-CIO contact the other AFL-CIO constituency groups and encourage them to join together in gaining official representation for constituency groups.
Submitted by:  GALLAN/PAW Chapter of Boston
*AFL-CIO Official Constituency Groups:
Coalition of Black Trade Unionists (CBTU)
A. Phillip Randolph Institute (APRI)
Coalition of Labor Union Women (CLUW)
Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance (APALA)
Labor Committee for Latin American Advancement (LCLAA)
Pride At Work (PAW)


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