|Denver Area Labor Federation|
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CALLING ALL MEMBERS
This Saturday, January 31st
Get involved. Meet and greet over 25 Denver City Council candidates, some of whom will have a direct impact on your job. Story-telling training starts at 8am. Candidates arrive at 9am.
Please RSVP: Norma Ruth Ryan email@example.com
As the AFL-CIO Central Labor Council for the Denver Metro Area, the Denver Area Labor Federation represents more than 50,000 union members through its political and organizing programs.
Founded in 1882, the Federation works with local and national labor and community organizations around policies and initiatives in support of worker rights. DALF works closely with the Colorado AFL-CIO in implementing the New Alliance Program for strength and solidarity across our labor movement.
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