Videos to Celebrate Labor Day

Please utilize our webinars within your congregations and take actions that have an impact for working people. You can find all of our webinar features on many topics hosted on our YouTube page.

Working with Labor

Clayola Brown, President of the A. Philip Randolph Institute, a longstanding constituency group of the AFL-CIO, discusses how her life was guided by union and civil rights activism. The discussion includes how labor and organized religion can work together for justice.

Celebrating Labor

Carlos Jimenez leads special projects for the AFL-CIO, where he works with affiliated unions and state and local labor federations in the development of strategic organizing campaigns and increased organizing capacity. His focus is on multi-union and multi-stakeholder partnerships and collaborations, and bringing the AFL-CIO’s resources to efforts that seek to expand collective bargaining and raise standards for working families. He also supports the AFL-CIO’s national campaigns and priority programs, including efforts to pass the PRO Act and support for new worker organizing across the U.S. South.

Unemployed Workers United

Neidi Dominguez is the Executive Director of Unemployed Workers United (UWU), a movement project to organize precarious and jobless workers. Neidi is a national immigrant and workers’ rights activist and organizer. Neidi migrated from Mexico at the age of 9 with her mother and younger sister where she resided in Pasadena, California, and began her involvement in social justice organizing from a very young age. In Los Angeles, CA Neidi was Co-Director of the CLEAN Carwash campaign that successfully unionized hundreds of workers in the country. Formerly undocumented herself, Neidi was a central leader in the campaign to win Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA).