What We’re Doing
Trumka on the 57th Anniversary of the 16th Street Baptist Church Bombing: We Can Be Moved Forward
AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka marks the 57th anniversary of the 16th Street Baptist Church bombing in Birmingham, Alabama, and pledges to continue the fight for social, racial and economic justice in our nation.
Demand Economic, Social and Racial Justice: What Working People Are Doing This Week
Welcome to our regular feature, a look at what the various AFL-CIO unions and other working family organizations are doing across the country and beyond. The labor movement is big and active—here's a look at the broad range of activities we're engaged in this week.
AFL-CIO Creates New Task Force on Racial Justice
AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka today announced the creation of the AFL-CIO Task Force on Racial Justice, charged with implementing a series of recommendations adopted by the AFL-CIO General Board focused on taking concrete action to address America’s long history of racism and police violence against Black people.
Service + Solidarity Spotlight: Working People Across the Nation Join Workers First Caravan for Racial + Economic Justice
Thousands of working people across the country joined together on June 17 in a national day of action. We called for the Senate to pass the HEROES Act and for Congress to take actions to address structural racism.