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Committees

The Council has several active committees. Below you'll find descriptions and contact information for each. Committee participation is a great way to get involved!


Diversity Committee
Apr 25, 2013
Goals: Work with local unions to increase diversity within our central labor council. Work to ensure full participation of all delegates in the work of the central labor council. Address issues of affirmative action and civil and human rights in the labor movement and in our community.
Education Committee
Apr 25, 2013
Goal: Plan educational trainings and events for the labor movement in King County. Conduct monthly book club discussion groups. The Education Committee meets monthly on the third Tuesday at 5:30 p.m. in Room 208 of the Seattle Labor Temple. Click here to send us an email if you have any questions or would like more information about the book group schedule.
Mobilization Committee
Apr 09, 2014
Goal: Regain our ability to unite workers, engage members by asking them to commit to showing up for actions at least three times each year, including strike support, organizing drives, marches/rallies and political actions, and stand ready to mobilize in support of MLKCLC affiliates and allies. The Mobilization Committee meets 1-2 times per month at 6:00 p.m.
Political Action Sub-Committee
Apr 25, 2013
Goals: To build a labor to labor political operation within the Martin Luther King Jr. County Labor Council and its affiliates. To elect pro-working family candidates to local government bodies within Martin Luther King Jr. County.
Committee on Political Education
Apr 25, 2013
The Committee on Political Education consists of officers and members of the MLKCLC Executive Board (except those representing AFL-CIO Constituency Groups – see AFL-CIO policy below1) and individuals whom affiliated organizations have named in writing to actively participate on the COPE interview panel as a COPE representative.


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