The Coalition of Labor Union Women is America’s only national organization for union women. Formed in 1974, CLUW is a nonpartisan organization within the union movement.
CBTU is not a black separatist or civil rights organization. It is the fiercely independent voice of black workers within the trade union movement, challenging organized labor to be more relevant to the needs and aspirations of Black and poor workers.
The New York State AFL-CIO has a rich and proud history, which is deeply embedded in labor’s continuous struggle for dignity and economic and social justice.
AFSCME’s 1.6 million members provide the vital services that make America happen and advocate for prosperity and opportunity for all working families.
The Rochester & Genesee Valley Area Labor Federation, AFL-CIO represents 100,000 working men and women throughout 11 counties in mid-western New York (Chemung, Genesee, Livingston, Monroe, Ontario, Schuyler, Seneca, Steuben, Wayne, Wyoming & Yates).
CSEA has had a great impact on New Yorkers’ lives since a group of state employees formed the Association of State Civil Service Employees on Oct. 24, 1910.