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2015 Directory available online. The WSLC's 2015 Directory of AFL-CIO Organizations in Washington State is now available. You may download a 2 MB PDF file of the directory. Printed copies have been mailed to each WSLC-affiliated union. Additional copies are available ($5 each for affiliates; $10 for non-affiliates), but supplies are limited. Call 206-281-8901 for details.

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Washington State Labor Council

The local unions listed below are not ALL of the unions affiliated with the WSLC, they are only those for which we have web links. If your affiliated union has a web site but is not listed here, please send us your web address. Affiliated AFL-CIO unions and chartered Change to Win unions are listed.


Local and International Unions
Central Labor Councils
State and Regional Trade Councils
AFL-CIO Constituency Groups

Local Unions and their Internationals

Following are links to the web sites of WSLC-affiliated unions' international offices and local offices in Washington state and bordering communities, as well as a summary of the types of workers they represent. (If your affiliated union is not listed, please send us your web address.)  Most of today's unions represent a wide variety of occupations and trades, some of which may not be listed here.

Actors, and Television & Radio Artists (SAG-AFTRA) -- Approximately 160,000 actors, announcers, broadcast journalists, dancers, DJs, news writers, news editors, program hosts, puppeteers, recording artists, singers, stunt performers, voiceover artists and other media professionals. SAG-AFTRA members are the faces and voices that entertain and inform America and the world.


Bakery, Confectionery, Tobacco Workers, and Grain Millers International Union is a modern union with old-fashioned values, dedicated to giving workers in its industries a voice and a vote in their workplace.

Boilermakers, Iron Ship Builders, Blacksmiths, Forgers and Helpers, International Brotherhood of -- Metal fabricators and welders who build and repair ships, cranes, offshore-drilling platforms, boilers, tanks, pressure vessels, plate and structural fabrications.

Bricklayers and Allied Workers, International Union of -- Workers/masons who cut, bond and install stone and brick for a wide variety of structures. 

Communications Workers of America -- Employees in the following industries: telecommunications, journalism, airlines, printing & publishing, broadcast media, customer service & marketing, and cable television.  The Newspaper Guild is now a CWA affiliate. 

CWA Local 7800, Seattle
CWA Local 7803, Renton 
CWA Local 7804, Tacoma 
CWA Local 7810, Olympia 
CWA Local 7818, Spokane 
Pacific Northwest Newspaper Guild/CWA 37082 
Washington Alliance of Technology Workers/CWA 37083
High-tech workers and allies joining together to provide an effective voice in the legislative and corporate arenas, and to advocate for improved benefits and workplace rights.

Electrical Workers, International Brotherhood of -- Electricians working in all phases of construction and service, commercial and residential. 

IBEW Local 46, Seattle 
IBEW Local 48, Vancouver/Portland, OR 
IBEW Local 73, Spokane
IBEW Local 76, Tacoma 
IBEW Local 77, Seattle/Kennewick/Spokane 
IBEW Local 89, Everett 
IBEW Local 112, Kennewick 
IBEW Local 191, Bellingham/Everett/Mt. Vernon/Wenatchee 
IBEW Local 483, Tacoma 
IBEW Local 970, Longview 
IBEW Local 984, Richland 

Elevator Constructors, International Union of  

IUEC Local 19, Seattle

Engineers, International Association of Professional and Technical -- A wide range of occupations including engineers, drafters/designers, computer operators/programmers, inspectors, legal workers, planners, nurses, public relations officers, scientists and many others in both the public and private sectors. 

IFPTE Local 12, Bremerton (Puget Sound Naval Shipyard) 
SPEEA, IFPTE Local 2001 (Boeing engineering and technical workers)

Farm Workers, United -- This union is no longer affiliated with the national AFL-CIO, however the UFW signed a Solidarity Charter with the WSLC to retain their affiliation.

Fire Fighters, International Association of -- Full-time, paid employees engaged in fire fighting, emergency medical or rescue service activities.  Local area unions are affiliated with the Washington State Council of Fire Fighters

IAFF Local 27, Seattle 
IAFF Local 29, Spokane 
IAFF Local 31, Tacoma 
IAFF Local 46, Everett 
IAFF Local 106, Bellingham 
IAFF Local 404. Walla Walla 
IAFF Local 437, Bremerton 
IAFF Local 451, Centralia 
IAFF Local 452, Vancouver 
IAFF Local 453, Wenatchee 
IAFF Local 864, Renton 
IAFF Local 876, Spokane Valley 
IAFF Local 1052, Richland 
IAFF Local 1352, Auburn (Valley Professional Firefighters)
IAFF Local 1747, Kent 
IAFF Local 1810, North Highline (Seattle) 
IAFF Local 1892, Pullman 
IAFF Local 1983, Mount Vernon 
IAFF Local 1997, Snohomish County 
IAFF Local 2024, South King County 
IAFF Local 2175, Pierce County 
IAFF Local 2595, King County Paramedics 
IAFF Local 2878, Eastside Fire & Rescue 
IAFF Local 2916, Spokane County 
IAFF Local 3152, Key Peninsula 

Flight Attendants, Association of -- The Association of Flight Attendants-CWA (AFA-CWA) is the world's largest labor union organized by flight attendants for flight attendants.  AFA represents over 55,000 flight attendants at 20 airlines, serving as a voice for flight attendants at their workplace, in the industry, in the media and on Capitol Hill.

Food and Commercial Workers, United -- UFCW represents workers in a range of industries, including health care, retail food, meatpacking, poultry and food processing, manufacturing, distillery, winery, textile and chemical trades.

UFCW Local 21, statewide 
UFCW Local 365, WPEA, Olympia 
UFCW Local 367, Tacoma
UFCW Local 1439, Spokane/Kennewick/Wenatchee/Yakima 

Glass, Molders, Pottery and Plastics and Allied Workers International Union -- Workers in a broad scope of industries, including fine china, glass and plastic containers, insulation, sanitary ware and other related products and services. 

Government Employees, American Federation of  -- Federal government employees.

AFGE District 11, Vancouver
AFGE Local 498, Tacoma, VA PS Health System-Medical Lake 
AFGE Local 928, Vancouver, Bonneville Power Administration
AFGE Local 1501, Tacoma, McChord AFB

Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers, International Association of -- Workers who apply insulation materials to pipes, tanks, boilers, ducts, refrigeration equipment and other surfaces requiring thermal control, or who do removal of asbestos-containing material.  Click here for listing of Washington-area locals.

Iron Workers, International Association of Bridge, Structural and Ornamental -- Workers who assemble and erect steel framework and other metal parts in buildings, on bridges, dams and other steel structures.

Iron Workers Local 86, Seattle

Laborers International Union of North America -- Highway, utility and building construction workers doing clearing, grade checking, stake hopping, culvert installation, equipment signaling, traffic control, excavation, shoring and pipe laying.  Environmental laborers do asbestos removal, hazardous waste and radiation cleanup. 

District Council of Laborers, Washington and Northern Idaho
Laborers Local 238, Spokane 
Laborers Local 242, Seattle 
Laborers Local 252, Tacoma 
Laborers Local 292, Everett 
Laborers Local 342, Pasco 
Laborers Local 440, Seattle (Street Pavers, Sewer, Water Main and Tunnel) 
Laborers Local 791, Longview 
Laborers Local 1239, Seattle (Public Service) 

Letter Carriers, National Association of -- City delivery letter carriers working for the U.S. Postal Service. The statewide organization is the Washington State Association of Letter Carriers.

NALC Branch 79, Seattle

Longshore and Warehouse Union, International -- Workers who load and unload ships and other transport vessels.  The ILWU's Marine Division includes the Inlandboatmen's Union, which representing towboat, passenger vessel, and cannery workers. 

ILWU Local 4, Vancouver 
ILWU Local 5, Portland, OR 
ILWU Local 19, Seattle 
ILWU Local 23, Tacoma 
ILWU Local 28, Tacoma Group 
Inlandboatmen's Union of the Pacific

Machinists and Aerospace Workers, International Association of -- Workers from more than 200 wide-ranging industries.  In the Pacific Northwest, the biggest IAM unions principally represent airplane manufacturing workers (Boeing's belong to IAM District Lodge 751) and workers in the forest products industries. 

IAM Local Lodge 282, Bremerton 
IAM Local Lodge 289, Seattle 
IAM Local Lodge 297, Tacoma 
IAM Local Lodge 695, Olympia 
IAM District Lodge 751, Seattle/Auburn/Everett/Renton/Spokane 
IAM Local Lodge 1040 (Air Transport), Seattle 
IAM Local Lodge 2202, SeaTac  
Woodworkers Local Lodge W-157, IAM, Tacoma/Enumclaw/Snohomish 

Marine Engineers' Beneficial Association (MEBA) -- Marine engine and deck officers, and crew of the most technologically advanced ships in the U.S.-flag fleet, including cruise ships, tankers, vessels on the Great Lakes, and container ships. Members also sail aboard government-contracted ships of the U.S. Navy’s Military Sealift Command and the Maritime Administration’s Ready Reserve Force, on tugs and ferry fleets around the country, as well as fireboats, and in various capacities in the shoreside industries.

PASS (Professional Aviation Safety Specialists) -- PASS members ensure the integrity, reliability, and safety of the commercial and general aviation industries. They include Technical Operations and Department of Defense employees who install, maintain, repair and certify the radar, navigation, communication and environmental systems making up the air traffic control system; Flight Standards and manufacturing aviation safety inspectors; flight inspection pilots, missions specialists and procedures development specialists; and administrative employees in the FAA’s Aviation Registry.

Masters, Mates and Pilots, International Organization of -- Licensed Deck Officers, state pilots and other marine personnel on U.S.-flag commercial vessels sailing in international trade; the inland waterways and Great Lakes of the United States; the Panama Canal and Caribbean, as well as crews sailing civilian-crewed military vessels of the United States.  The MM&P's Pacific Maritime Region represents employees of the Washington State Ferry System. (The MM&P is the International Marine Division of the International Longshoremen's Association, AFL-CIO.)

Musicians, American Federation of -- The largest organization in the world representing the interests of professional musicians. Whether negotiating fair agreements, protecting ownership of recorded music, securing benefits such as health care and pension, or lobbying our legislators, the AFM is committed to raising industry standards and placing the professional musician in the foreground of the cultural landscape.

AFM Local 76-493, Seattle 

Nurses, National Federation of -- The NFN is the leading national labor union and collaborative voice for registered nurses, taking action at the local, state and national level to improve working conditions for nurses and achieve better patient outcomes. 

Washington State Nurses Association

Office and Professional Employees International Union -- Workers in industries like banking, insurance, shipping, hospitals and nursing homes, utilities, transportation, manufacturing, paper companies, hotels and many more -- positions as varied as computer programmers and operators, engineers, secretaries, nurses, accountants, attorneys, transit supervisors, security guards, bank tellers, administrative aides, quality control personnel, doctors, models, police and webmasters.

OPEIU Local 3, San Francisco (with members in WA)
OPEIU Local 8, Seattle
OPEIU Guild 10, the Chiropractic Federation of Washington
OPEIU Local 11, Vancouver/Portland, OR 
OPEIU Local 23, Tacoma 

Operating Engineers, International Union of -- Heavy equipment operators, mechanics, and surveyors in the construction industry, and stationary engineers, who work in operations and maintenance in building and industrial complexes. The IUOE also represents nurses and other health industry workers and public employees.

IUOE Local 286, stationary/skilled building maintenance 
IUOE Local 302, Washington/Alaska, hoisting & portable/building trades 
IUOE Local 609, Seattle, K-12 classified employees 
IUOE Local 612, Tacoma, hoisting & portable/building trades 

Painters and Allied Trades, International Union of -- Painters, paint makers, drywall finishers, tapers, paperhangers, decorators, linoleum, carpet and soft tile layers, sign painters, glaziers, scenic artists, metal polishers, public employees and many other allied trades. 

IUPAT, District Council 5, Washington/Idaho/Oregon 
IUPAT Local 269, Spokane 
IUPAT Local 300, Seattle 
IUPAT Local 427, Pasco 
IUPAT Local 1094, Seattle 
IUPAT Local 1238, Seattle (Carpet , Linoleum & Soft Tile) 
IUPAT Local 1982, Renton (Commercial & Industrial) 

Plasterers and Cement Masons, International Association of Operative -- Workers who finish the interior walls and ceilings of buildings, apply plaster and/or cement on masonry, metal, wire lathe or gypsum, and pour/finish/repair concrete slabs, steps, walls, gutters, sidewalks and other paving.

Cement Masons and Plasterers Local 528, Tukwila 

Plumbing and Pipe Fitting Industry, United Association of Journeymen and Apprentices of the  -- Multi-craft workers engaged in the fabrication, installation and servicing of piping systems.

UA Local 26, Everett, Bellingham, Bremerton, Longview, Lacey 
UA Local 32, Renton 
UA Local 598, Pasco 
UA Local 699, Sprinkler Fitters, Seattle and vicinity 

Postal Workers Union, American -- Employees of the U.S. Postal Service who are clerks, maintenance employees, motor vehicle operators, and non-mail processing professional employees.

Roofers, Waterproofers and Allied Workers, United Union of -- Workers engaged in all aspects of roofing and waterproofing buildings and shelters.

Roofers Local 54, Seattle 
Roofers Local 153, Tacoma 

Seafarers International Union -- Unlicensed U.S. merchant mariners (in the deck, engine and steward departments) sailing aboard U.S.-flag vessels in the deep sea, Great Lakes and inland trades.  The union also represents licensed U.S. mariners in the Great Lakes and inland sectors. 

Sailors Union of the Pacific, Seattle 

Service Employees International Union -- The SEIU represents workers in healthcare, property services, and local and state government. The SEIU is no longer affiliated with the national AFL-CIO, however the following union local has signed a Solidarity Charter to retain its affiliation with the Washington State Labor Council:

SEIU Healthcare 1199NW, Renton -- Doctors, registered nurses, licensed practical nurses, pharmacists, technicians, professionals, therapists, mental health workers, certified nursing aides, housekeeping and dietary staff, and other healthcare workers

Sheet Metal Workers' International Association -- Craftpersons working with decking/siding, dust collectors, energy systems, HVAC, kitchen equipment, paint booths, railroad cars, service tech, ships, signs, skylights, stainless steel plus thousands of other sheet metal products.

State, County and Municipal Employees, American Federation of -- Public service and health care workers employed by the state, county or city governments.  In Washington, AFSCME members are represented by two councils, the Washington State Council of County and City Employees, AFSCME Council 2 and the Washington Federation of State Employees, AFSCME Council 28. In addition, there is a Retired Public Employees Council of Washington.

WSCCCE affiliates:
AFSCME Local 114, Bellingham 
AFSCME Local 120, Tacoma
AFSCME Local 618, Thurston Co., Olympia and N. Thurston School Dist. employees 
AFSCME Local 1857, King County Library System employees 

WFSE affiliates:
WFSE/AFSCME Local 304, Seattle 
WFSE/AFSCME Local 378, Seattle (WA State DOT)

WFSE/AFSCME Local 443, Thurston/Mason counties 
WFSE/AFSCME Local 1221, Spokane 
WFSE/AFSCME Local 1463, Port Angeles 

Stage Employees, International Alliance of Theatrical -- Technicians, motion picture projectionists, artisans and craftspersons in the entertainment industry, including live theatre, film and television production

IATSE Local 15, Seattle
IATSE Local 93, Spokane 
IATSE Local 488, Seattle (studio mechanics)
IATSE Local 793, Seattle (TV remote and studio employees)
IATSE Local 887, Seattle (theatrical wardrobe)

Steelworkers, United (USW) -- Workers in steel, aluminum, can, mining, manufacturing, pharmaceuticals, energy and utilities, paper and forestry products, health care, chemical and other industries, but also workers in retail, service and public sectors. Also, workers who make paper and refine oil, chemicals, nuclear materials, pharmaceuticals, automobile and truck parts, appliances and many other products.  The USW merged with PACE (the Paper, Allied-Industrial, Chemical and Energy Workers) in 2005 to form the largest industrial union in North America. PACE was formed 1999 by the merger of the United Paperworkers International Union with the Oil, Chemical and Atomic Workers International Union.

USW Local 338, Spokane  
USW Local 12-369, Richland 
USW Local 12-591, Anacortes 
USW District 12 

Teachers, American Federation of -- In Washington state, the locals comprising the AFT Washington represent community and technical college faculty and classified staff.

AFT Seattle Community College, Local 1789 
Shoreline Community College, AFT Local 1950 
United Faculty of Western Washington, AFT Local 2084 
United Faculty of Central, AFT Local 3231 
Centralia College, AFT Local 4469 
Pierce College, AFT Local 4821 
United Faculty of Eastern, AFT Local 4904 
Oregon Federation of Nurses and Health Professionals, AFT Local 5017 
Cascadia Community College, AFT Local 6191 

Teamsters, International Brotherhood of -- The union represents "everyone from A to Z -- from airline pilots to zookeepers." The regional chapter that covers Washington and Alaska is Teamsters Joint Council 28. The Teamsters union is no longer affiliated with the national AFL-CIO, however the following union locals have signed Solidarity Charters to retain their affiliation with the Washington State Labor Council:

Teamsters Local 117, Tukwila 
Teamsters Local 174, Tukwila 
Teamsters Local 231, Bellingham / Mt. Vernon 
Teamsters Local 252, Centralia/Olympia 
Teamsters Local 767M (Graphic Communications Conference), Kent 

Transit Union, Amalgamated  -- Bus, van, subway, and light rail operators, clerks, baggage handlers and maintenance employees in urban transit, over-the-road and school bus industries, as well as paramedical personnel, ambulance operators, clerical personnel, and municipal workers.

ATU Local 587, Seattle
ATU 757, Vancouver, WA/Portland OR 
ATU 758, Lakewood 

ATU Local 843, Bellingham 
ATU Local 883, Everett 

ATU Local 1015, Spokane 
ATU Local 1384, Port Orchard 

Transportation -- The United Transportation Union is a broad-based labor union representing about 125,000 active and retired railroad, bus and mass transit workers in the United States and Canada.

UAW -- The International Union, United Automobile, Aerospace and Agricultural Implement Workers of America (UAW) is one of the largest and most diverse unions in North America, with members in virtually every sector of the economy. UAW-represented workplaces range from multinational corporations, small manufacturers and state and local governments to colleges and universities, hospitals and non-profit organizations. The UAW has about 640,000 active members and over 500,000 retired members in the United States, Canada and Puerto Rico.

UAW Local 4121, Seattle -- Representing approximately 4,000 Academic Student Employees at the University of Washington.

UNITE HERE -- UNITE (formerly the Union of Needletrades, Industrial and Textile Employees) and HERE (Hotel Employees and Restaurant Employees International Union) merged in 2004 to form this union representing workers in the apparel/textile, hotel, casino, food service, airport concessions and restaurant industries.

UNITE HERE Local 8, Seattle 


Central Labor Councils


Cowlitz-Wahkiakum CLC, AFL-CIO -- Kyle Mackey, President -- P.O. Box 430, Longview, WA, 98632 -- 360-560-0989 -- Meets 2nd Mondays at 5:30 p.m. at 617 14th Ave., Longview

Kitsap CLC, AFL-CIO -- John Ross, Secretary-Treasurer -- 10049 Kitsap Mall Blvd. NW, Suite 105, Silverdale, WA, 98383 -- 360-692-1420 -- Meets 2nd Mondays at 6 p.m. (same address)

Lewiston-Clarkston CLC, AFL-CIO -- Larry Smith, Secretary-Treasurer -- 1618 Idaho St. #102, Lewiston, ID, 83501 -- 208-746-7357 -- Call for meeting information.

M.L. King, Jr. County LC of Washington, AFL-CIO -- Exec. Secretary-Treasurer -- 2800 1st Ave. #206, Seattle, WA, 98121 -- 206-441-8510 -- Meets 3rd Wednesdays at 7 p.m. (same address)

North Central Washington CLC, AFL-CIO -- Paul Parmley, President -- 27 N. Chelan Ave., Wenatchee, WA, 98801 -- 509-662-7912 -- Meets 2nd Tuesdays at 6 p.m. (same address)

Northwest Washington CLC, AFL-CIO -- Mark Lowry, President -- 1700 N. State St. #202, Bellingham, WA, 98225 -- 360-676-0099 -- Meets 3rd Wednesdays at 6 p.m. (same address)

Olympic LC, AFL-CIO -- Bob Zindel, President -- P.O. Box 688, Port Angeles, WA, 98362 -- 360-417-8964 -- Meets 3rd Thursdays at 6:30 p.m. at 721 E. 1st St., #201, Port Angeles

Pierce County CLC, AFL-CIO -- Patty Rose, Secretary-Treasurer -- 3049 S. 36th St. #201, Tacoma, WA, 98409 -- 253-473-3810 -- Meets 2nd Wednesdays at 7 p.m. (same address)

Snohomish County LC, AFL-CIO -- Mike Sells, Secretary-Treasurer -- 2812 Lombard Ave. #207, Everett, WA, 98201 -- 425-259-7922 -- Meets 4th Wednesdays at 6 p.m. (same address)

Southeast Washington CLC, AFL-CIO -- Russell Shjerven, President -- P.O. Box 1324, Pasco, WA, 99301 -- 509-547-7513 -- Meets 1st Tuesdays at 6:30 p.m. at IBEW Hall, 2637 W. Albany, Kennewick

Southwest Washington CLC, AFL-CIO -- Shannon Walker, President -- P.O. Box 61929, Vancouver, WA, 98666 -- 360-761-8922 -- Meets 4th Thursdays, executive board at 6 p.m. and CLC at 6:30 p.m., 1205 Ingalls St., Vancouver

Spokane Regional LC, AFL-CIO -- Beth Thew, Secretary-Treasurer -- 510 S. Elm St., Suite 1, Spokane, WA, 99201 -- 509-327-7637 -- Meets 4th Tuesdays at 7 p.m. (same address)

Thurston-Lewis-Mason Counties LC, AFL-CIO -- Bob Guenther, President -- P.O. Box 66, Olympia, WA, 98507 -- 360-520-9575 -- In odd-numbered months, meets 3rd Wednesday at 7 p.m. at the WFSE 443 office, 906 Columbia SW, Olympia.  In even-numbered months, meets 3rd Wednesdays at 7 p.m. at the Carpenters Hall, 417 N. Pearl St., Centralia.

Twin Harbors LC, AFL-CIO -- John Warring, President -- P.O. Box 1109, Aberdeen, WA, 98520 -- 360-532-2643 -- Meets 4th Thursdays at 6 p.m. at the IAM Hall, 2600 Sumner in Aberdeen

Yakima and South Central Counties LC, AFL-CIO -- Jeff Bohlinger, President, P.O. Box 888, Yakima, WA, 98907 -- 509-480-0922 -- Meets 1st Thursdays at 7 p.m. at 507 S. 3rd St., Yakima

State and Regional Trade Councils

Washington State Building and Construction Trades Council

REBOUND, a non-profit organization funded by affiliated building trades unions, is dedicated to ensuring that all workers on public works projects are paid in accordance with established state and federal law.

Bremerton Metal Trades Council 


AFL-CIO Constituency Groups

AFL-CIO constituency groups are always looking for new members! Contact local representatives of these organizations and learn more about how you can help make connections between your community and the local labor movement.

A. Philip Randolph Institute -- APRI's mission is to fight for racial equality and economic justice, working black trade unionists, the people best suited to serve as a bridge between labor and the black community.

APRI Seattle Chapter -- For info, contact Verlene Jones at 206-770-7697

Alliance for Retired Americans -- The mission of the Alliance for Retired Americans is to ensure social and economic justice and full civil rights for all citizens so that they may enjoy lives of dignity, personal and family fulfillment and security.

Washington State Alliance for Retired Americans -- For info, contact Mike Warren at 206-282-3363.
Puget Sound Advocates for Retirement Action (not affiliated with the ARA) -- For info, contact Robby Stern at 206-448-9646

Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance -- APALA is the first and only national organization of Asian Pacific American union members, dedicated to helping these workers, many of them immigrants, strive to achieve the American dream in the face of unsafe and exploitative workplace conditions.

APALA, Seattle chapter -- For info, contact Tracy Lai at 206-919-1261

Coalition of Black Trade Unionists -- aims to be a catalyst for progressive social and political action by providing visitors with data and information relevant to the lives of African American workers and the unions and communities that they support.

CBTU, Puget Sound chapter -- For info, contact Kevin Allen at 206-200-4910

Coalition of Labor Union Women -- CLUW works to more effectively address the critical needs of millions of unorganized sisters and make their unions more responsive to the needs of all women.

CLUW -- For info in Seattle, contact Jacquie Jones-Walsh at 206-941-9240

Labor Council for Latin American Advancement -- LCLAA advocates for the rights of all Latino workers and their families in all phases of the American trade union movement and the political process.

Pride at Work -- An organization dedicated to mobilizing mutual support between the organized labor movement and the LGBT Community around organizing for social and economic justice. We see full equality for LGBT Workers in their workplaces and unions.