October 14, 2016
Come celebrate recent victories for our democracy on the day early voting begins! Join us for a beer and help plan our next steps to ensuring our democracy is truly of, by, and for the people.
Join us special forum Wednesday evening, October 5th in Charlotte for special forum to highlight the need for “pro-democracy” agenda in North Carolina.
We’re going to Richmond August 13th to fight against the low-wage, no-rights legacy of slavery and racism for an economy that includes everyone, so we can ALL do better.
Young Worker Groups are building on the success of the first Carolina Young Workers Conference last Fall by organizing local groups, beginning in Charlotte and Fayetteville.
NC State AFL-CIO’s annual summer camp for union members will be held at UNC Wilmington June 26 through July 1st – a little earlier than usual this year. Also new for 2016 is a cap of 80 students, first-come, first-served and a waiting list once all slots are taken. The deadline to pre-register and guarantee space is Friday, June 17.
Join us Tuesday, May 10th in Greensboro for a special forum highlighting the need for “pro-democracy” agenda to support good jobs, strong schools, racial justice, and a safe environment for all!
Love to golfing for fun and supporting a good cause? Active retirees will hold their 5th Annual Golf Tournament May 23rd in Archdale to raise money for the NC Alliance for Retired Americans.
Learn a facet of Winston-Salem’s history few today know about at a panel discussion April 28th about Local 22, the marvelous, democratic union of thousands of workers at R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. in the 1940’s.
Join us April 28th in Raleigh to memorialize 128 workers who died on the job in 2014 and to call for N.C. Department of Labor to do more to prevent workplace injuries and fatalities.
Acclaimed author Saru Jayaraman will be in Durham for a special event Thursday, April 28 to talk about ways diners can leverage their collective power to force the restaurant industry to change its anti-worker ways.
March is Women’s History Month, and the Women’s Equality Center and its state partners invite you to the Greensboro Standing with Women and Families Forum, March 5th.
Advocates for elder Americans and consumers, in general, will hold a press conference before the President delivers his State of the Union address to warn of the dangers the Trans-Pacific Partnership, Tuesday morning in Raleigh.
The Coalition of Immokalee Workers (CIW), a worker-based human rights organization known for its groundbreaking Fair Food Program and anti-slavery campaigns, will be in Charlotte Nov. 5-7 to promote the documentary film Food Chains and to protest grocery chain Publix over its refusal to meet with farmworkers to discuss abuses in their supply chain.
North Carolina farmworker and human rights advocates will gather at Pullen Memorial Baptist Church in Raleigh at 2pm on Sunday, November 1 to celebrate the Day of the Dead / Dia de Los Muertos by honoring fallen field and poultry workers.
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.