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The November 18 meeting of the Dallas AFL-CIO Central Labor Council revealed that labor is in an unprecedented activity boom.

The Dallas AFL-CIO Central Labor Council will meet "In Real Life" at 7:30PM on Thursday, November 18, at 1408 N Washington. All members of affiliated unions are invited.

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The Fight Gets Hotter

America's unions are facing unprecedented attacks.  As this is written, national AFL-CIO is working desperately to prevent the confirmation of anti-worker executive Andrew Puzder as Secretary of Labor. We're fighting efforts to create a national "right to work/scab" bill. We're fighting national and state efforts to undermine public sector unions. We're working against racist efforts to divide us with anti-immigrant/refugee Executive Actions.

The fight is on, and the current battlefield is Terminal D at DFW Airport.

1000 demonstrate at DFW -- photo by Elaine Lantz

Mark York: "We Will Not Be Divided!"

Together, working people have great power. Separately, not so much.

Immigration press conference

Dallas AFL-CIO is part of a coalition that defends the rights of schoolchildren.

Join Us in Defending School Children

We are asking everyone to sign our resolution defending undocumented children who have the right to defend Dallas schools without fear. It is printed below. 

Stand Up for Beliefs of Martin Luther King Jr!

Dr King stood up for working people

Working people are asked to turn out for the Dallas labor contingent in the Martin Luther King Jr march and parade. It will begin at 10 AM but line up starts at 8 AM on Cleveland street/ MLK Jr. Blvd.

CWA Says Union Networks More Critical Than Ever

Communications Workers and their allies were summoned to a nationwide telephone conference on the evening of January 5. President Chris Shelton said that union communications networks will be critical during the argument over the incoming presidential cabinet. Donald J Trump’s choices for his cabinet reveal difficult challenges for working Americans.

Adios 2016, Bienvenidos 2017!

Working people will need a lot of information, a lot of action, and a lot of friends in 2017.