Moving the Working Women's Agenda Forward: CLUW Convention

The 17th Biennial Coalition of Labor Union Women Convention is taking place November 13-16 in Reno, Nevada.

From their website...

The women's movement and the labor movement are facing some of the biggest challenges in our history, with battles on every front. This is our opportunity to engage those in the labor movement and our friends who are not part of the labor movement and to learn how we can Move the Working Women's Agenda Forward.

This convention is about working together to set new goals and frame our objectives from the founding principles that guide the work of our organization. Progress is made possible by networking, sharing information and developing ideas to form new programs and policies.

To participate in the convention with voice and vote you need to be a regular national CLUW. Find out more about CLUW and their convention here.


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