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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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Solidarity Makes the Best Christmas Gift!

Unionists show support for Christmas

Musician Stewart Williams received gifts from Kym Grant and Lewis Fulbright

Party Hearty!

Dallas Central Labor Council affiliates are looking forward to our Christmas Party 6-9PM on December 15 at the Bryan Street Tavern, 4315 Bryan in East Dallas. Members are asked to bring Kroger gift cards and a “White Elephant” gift, (nothing offensive) gender neutral, $10 or less, for a party game involving swapping gifts. Affiliated members attending the AFL-CIO party may RSVP here.

Precinct Chairs Hold Territory

Union supporters who are precinct chairs can deliver lasting electoral power to our movement.

Harry Truman Lyndon Johnson Precinct Chairs

AFL-CIO Meeting Was a Happy One

 The Dallas AFL-CIO Central Labor Council meeting on November 17 was a lot like a celebration. Newly elected State Representative Victoria Neave drew three separate standing ovations as she spoke about labor’s role in her historic victory. The inner city of Dallas has voted labor’s way for several cycles, but Neave’s victory was the first conquest of new territory in the outer ring.

North Texas Unionists take pride in 2016 Effort!

Mark York of the Dallas CLC and Tim Smith of the Tarrant CLC said the victory by Victoria Neave – the labor-backed candidate for Texas House District 107 – was the product of a painstaking process that saw to it that union voters heard about the importance of voting for candidates backed by the Committee on Political Education (COPE).

Nov. 9, 2016

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 Contacts: Mark York, (817)689-3365 (Dallas); Tim Smith, (817)246-2909

 John Patrick, Rick Levy or Ed Sills, (512)477-6195 (Texas AFL-CIO)

Because we intend to win, we will work hard Monday and Tuesday, then celebrate on Election Night!