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After careful consideration, on behalf of the 90,000 Denver Area Labor Federation members in the metro area, DALF is pleased to announce our 2017 municipal endorsements.

Gebre was still a boy when he was forced to flee Ethiopia, a country that suffered political turmoil and famine during the 1980s.

A federal district judge in Washington struck down most of the key provisions of three executive orders that

The state's largest labor organization, the Colorado AFL-CIO, wants legislators to pass equal-pay laws, keep jobs from going overseas and fight Republican efforts to do away with the state health exchange.

"Our hard-working families deserve a fair day's pay for a fair day's work," executive director Sam Gilchrist said at a Capitol announcement. "They deserve safety in the workplace and access to affordable healthcare."

Denver – At their final meeting of 2016, the Colorado AFL-CIO Executive Board passed two resolutions reaffirming its role as an institution committed to standing against hate crimes and standing in solidarity with our fellow union members when unreasonably attacked.

AFL-CIO president, Richard Trumka, published a new column on Huffington Post. He writes how Hillary roots for working people and why working people are championing her in tonight's presidential debate.

COLORADO AFL-CIO RELEASES FINAL LIST OF 2016 STATE LEGISLATIVE ENDORSEMENTS

COMMITTEE ON POLITICAL EDUCATION VOTES TO OPPOSE AMENDMENT 71

Denver – The Colorado AFL-CIO, which represents more than 170 affiliate unions whose membership totals more than 130,000 working Coloradans, today released its final legislative endorsements for the 2016 Colorado election cycle. In addition, the Colorado AFL-CIO Committee on Political Education voted to oppose Amendment 71, which changes the rules for citizen-initiated ballot measures in Colorado.

One night at his UPS job, Tefere Gebre's co-worker handed him some union material. 

“He told me that I’d get health care and vacation and other benefits by filling it out. I said, ‘Are you serious?’ I thought, ‘Hmm. Everyone should have that.’”

Tefere, the executive vice president of the AFL-CIO, has been a proud union member for most of his life, valuing the freedom of people to come together in union.

Growing up in rural Kentucky, Augusta Thomas witnessed the extreme measures elected officials would take to prevent African-American men from voting.
Culinary worker Brittany Bronson talks not only about the benefits of joining her union, but also about the opportunities being part of a unionized workforce offer women, particularly women who have long careers in the workforce.