AFL-CIO Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Civil and Human Rights Conference
“Let’s talk about what we built together in 2021. Let’s talk about what we’ll fight for in 2022.”
Union members will gather virtually on January 16–17 for the AFL-CIO’s Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Civil and Human Rights Conference.
The theme of the conference is Honoring Our Past and Protecting Our Future. The AFL-CIO will bring together its affiliates, constituency groups and partners to discuss the intersectionality of our movements at this critical time.
Attendees will build on labor’s victories and strategize about the continued fight for economic and racial justice with — and also within — the labor movement.
History tells us where we’ve been. And it shows us the path for moving forward.
The conference will challenge attendees to look to the future. To ask and answer how we can build a multiracial, progressive labor movement reflective of America’s changing workforce.
Sessions and trainings will be held online so everyone can attend safely.
Peruse the Schedule of Events from the menu on
the conference event site. Remember that
events are shown in Eastern Time.