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  • Labor Secretary Solis marches with Labor in Alabama

    All of us should be proud to have a leader like Hilda Solis serving the workers of the United States as our Secretary of Labor. Secretary Solis is a reminder than we won more than a presidential election in 2008 – we won a fighter for working people in the federal department charged with protecting our rights.

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  • With labor law reform stalled, recognizing “A Civil Right to Unionize”

    The time has come to recognize American’s right to form a union “as fundamental as freedom from discrimination in employment and education.”

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  • UAW Reconvenes NC/SC Civil and Human Rights Council

    On July 30, 2011 in Mt Holly NC, the Council was mended and reconvened for the common goal of representing NC and SC in Civil and Human Rights. The Council elected its new Executive Board and was schooled by interns from local colleges on the A. Phillip Randolph Institute membership drive.

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  • Stephen Colbert Mocks Wake Schools Controversy

    ‘Disintegration’ is The WORD Comedy Central funny man and host of the Colbert Report, Stephen Colbert, brought more national attention to the em bras sing debacle that is the Wake County School Board’s push for neighborhood school assignments. “Back in the day, (the school system) had segregated schools — white kids here, black kids there; […]

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  • Health Equity for All: Civil Rights Groups Air Ads

    WATCH VIDEO: ‘Under the Bus’ A coalition of national civil rights groups, including the NAACP Voter Action Fund and the National Council of La Raza, have joined to make sure health insurance reform legislation coming together in the Congress does not “throw 46 million of us under the bus.” Health Equity for All on their […]

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