Every ten years since 1890, the federal government sets out to count every person living in the United States. The Decennial Census as it is called, will take place between March through June of 2020.
The New York City Central Labor Council, AFL-CIO is made up of 300 affiliated unions across various industries representing more than 1.3 million workers.
The New York City Central Labor Council, AFL-CIO, Community Board Initiative (CBI) helps trade unionists become more activated in their local community to improve quality of life issues, advocate for responsible development and union jobs, and strengthen our communities for families and neighbors.
Links to external sites to help you find and contact your Congressional Representative, US Senator, State Senator, State Assembly Member and City Council Member.
Organizing a union in your workplace is about getting more rights and more power. Thousands of working people—all across the country and in all kinds of jobs—organize unions every year because unions are the best way to secure the things you care about.
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The links below are provided as a source of reference to help keep you informed about the efforts and activities of the labor movement.
Consortium for Worker Education The Consortium for Worker Education (CWE) is a private, non-profit agency that provides a wide array of workforce preparation, industry specific training and employment services to over 70,000 New York City workers annually, including union members, New Americans and dislocated workers.
PowerTools for Organizers
A resource for union members and organizers.