In Los Angeles and in California, we have proven that there is power in unity.
From the fight to raise the minimum wage, to defending immigrant rights, to successfully organizing new industries, we will continue to lead the way. Now more than ever, we must unite to advance the labor movement and defend worker rights, human rights, and civil rights.
Please join us in celebrating the Labor and Workplace Studies graduating class of 2017 and the outstanding leaders who have demonstrated the power in unity. The UCLA Labor Center is honored to work with our labor and community partners that come together on this evening to celebrate student and worker alliances and social and economic justice!
This work is possible only with your support and the great work that you do.
Thank you for being part of the UCLA Labor Center family.
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|Lorena Gonzalez Fletcher
California State Assembly, District 80
|Ricardo F. Icaza
UFCW Local 770
|David W. Campbell
USW Local 675
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