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"The Labor Movement occupies a pivotal role in this alliance since it serves as a bi-racial organizational vehicle of working people and has a principled commitment to social change. Our programs seek to enhance the role of all trade unionists...."

http://apriseattlechapter.homestead.com/

"To A. Philip Randolph and Bayard Rustin, APRl's co-founders, the fight for workers' rights and civil rights were inseparable..."

http://www.apri.org/

"...to represent the interests and welfare of all players..."

http://aflpa.com.au/

"... represents only airline technicians and related employees in the craft or class in accordance with the National Mediation Board Rules and their dictates."

http://www.amfanatl.org/

"...an IBM employee organization that is dedicated to preserving and improving our rights and benefits at IBM. We also strive towards restoring management's respect for the individual and the value we bring to the company as employees. Our mission is to make our voice heard with IBM management, shareholders, government and the media."

http://www.endicottalliance.org/

"...we have grown to four million members with a primary objective to enroll and mobilize retired union members and other seniors and community activists into a nationwide grassroots movement advocating a progressive political and social agenda that respects work and strengthens families."

http://www.retiredamericans.org/

"For international working class solidarity and socialism..."

http://www.workersliberty.org.uk/

"...founded in 1920 with Lala Lajpat Rai as its first president. Upto 1945 Congressmen, Socialists, Communists worked in the AITUC which was the central trade union organisation of workers of India."

http://www.aituc.org/

"... represents the interests of some 4,000 active employees (and more than 600 retirees) on the job and on important economic issues. We are a democratic organization whose officers are directly elected by our dues-paying members."

http://atu1700.org/

"Founded in 1892, the ATU today is comprised of over 190,000 members in 264 local unions spread across 44 states and nine provinces...."

http://www.atu.org/

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