Highlights from the AFL-CIO 2017 Diversity Pre-Conference and the Global Labor Symposium

Highlights from the AFL-CIO 2017 Diversity Pre-Conference and the Global Labor Symposium

Rep. Bruce Franks Jr. addresses the AFL-CIO Convention Diversity Pre-Conference
Kaveh Sardari, AFL-CIO
Missouri House Rep. Bruce Franks Jr. addresses the AFL-CIO Diversity and Inclusion Conference ahead of the 2017 AFL-CIO Convention.

As part of its quadrennial convention, AFL-CIO is bringing together working families and activists to discuss diversity and inclusion and a separate meeting to discuss global labor issues. Here are some key Tweets from the “All of Us or None of Us: Join, Fight and Win Together Pre-Conference” and “Global Labor Symposium.”

 

 

 

 

@steelworkers Fred Redmond co-chair @AFLCIO Race Commission kicks off #AllofUsorNoneofUs #aflcio17 pic.twitter.com/R6QpQXT6Sf

— William E. Spriggs (@WSpriggs) October 21, 2017

 

 

 

@lizshuler says that we should be leveraging #EqualPay on #aflcio17 panel w/ @votolatino @sagaftra @jqjp1 — AFL-CIO Latino (@AFLCIOLatino) October 21, 2017

 

 

 

Fred Redmond stands with @NFLPA “There is a reason the First Amendment is first”. @DeSmithNFLPA @CBTU72 @APRI_National #aflcio17 @AFLCIO pic.twitter.com/ES1lR3q90c

— William E. Spriggs (@WSpriggs) October 21, 2017

 

 

 

 

Glenn Kelly, youngest Exec. Council member of Int’l Bricklayers & Allied Craftworkers “we have to have a seat at the table to change” #AllofUsorNoneofUs — William E. Spriggs (@WSpriggs) October 21, 2017

 

Kenneth Quinnell
Sat, 10/21/2017 – 13:59

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Updated: October 21, 2017 — 12:59 pm