March 11, 2019
Union members meet and eat with state lawmakers from mountains to the sandhills to advocate for adoption of our Good-Jobs policy agenda for North Carolina.
Cinematographer Herb Harton of IATSE Local 600 has stepped up to lead the Southeastern North Carolina Central Labor Council (CLC) after former president and postal worker, William Whalen, resigned Tuesday night.
Attending one of our Central Labor Council’s upcoming local legislative meeting is a great opportunity for working people to break bread and build ties with the people who will be making laws in Raleigh that will affect our ability to work, vote, and organize for a better life.
Earlier this month the Eastern Piedmont Central Labor Council, AFL-CIO made a donation to the Union Mission of Roanoke Rapids as part of its commitment to serving the community its members call home.
Ever entered the ballot booth and realized you were not sure who should receive your vote?
The NC State AFL-CIO and Central Labor Councils are teaming up to hold local legislative breakfast and lunch meetings before our state legislative conference in February to connect members and their families with local lawmakers.
4th district Congressman, David Price, speaking at the Triangle Labor Council’s 2009 Legislative Breakfast. Lawmakers need to hear from workers Given the results of many mid-term elections, we will be challenged on many fronts by the shift to a Republican controlled General Assembly. The 2011 legislative session will require us to be unified in fighting […]
Workers protest Bank of America in Raleigh Yesterday, the Triangle Labor Council (TLC) organized a protest outside a Bank of America (B of A) branch in Raleigh, NC. The event drew about two dozen protestors. Folks held signs and chanted for about an hour at the busy intersection where the bank is located to raise […]
Meeting in Raleigh, Feb. 27 to Mar. 1 State Federation, Central Labor Council and Regional Affiliate leaders, officers, delegates and staff will gather in Raleigh, North Carolina, on February 27, 2009, to plan our Campaign to Win a Voice for Workers in our government, in our workplaces, and in our communities throughout the South. Please […]
Jason Rosin, IATSE, to succeed Wilhelmenia Hardy Wilhelmenia Hardy, USW 1025, resigned as President of the Southeastern NC Central Labor Council at their January 5, 2009 meeting. The work of the CLC during her tenure not only kept SE NC even in just about every important race this last election, but in New Hanover County, […]
It’s time to Turn Around America This year, the North Carolina State AFL-CIO Convention, held at the North Raleigh Hilton, focused on labor’s effort to Turn Around America this election cycle. Many of the convention workshops and speakers emphasized the issues important to workers in this election, such as health care for all, the Employee […]
Charlotte: The 10th annual Charlotte Labor Day Parade will be held Monday, September 1, 2008 at 11 a.m. Our parade this year will feature local labor union floats, vehicles, and marchers. Political candidates, stepping groups, bands, car clubs, beauty queens, and community groups will also take part. What: Charlotte Labor Day Parade When: Labor Day, […]
The state federation has developed a strategic plan that includes hands-on support for central labor councils, APRI and the Alliance for Retired Americans. We have conducted two very successful trainings for Labor 2008 political coordinators. At the meetings in Charlotte and in Fayetteville, President Andrews and Secretary-Treasurer McMillan facilitated the discussion and got commitments from […]
The North Carolina State AFL-CIO is the largest association of local unions and union councils in North Carolina, representing over one-hundred and forty-thousand union members, fighting for good jobs, safe workplaces, workers’ rights, consumer protections, and quality public services on behalf of ALL working people.