Dear Sisters and Brothers,

milton rosadoIt gives me great pleasure to invite you on behalf of our National Executive Board to Washington, D.C. to attend LCLAA’s National Latino Workers Conference and 45th Anniversary Awards Gala on September 6 and 7, 2017. 

Our 2016 National Membership Convention in Florida was a great success and we want to carry that momentum forward.  Last year was a propitious year in terms of building advocacy in the Latino community.  We marched on behalf of our brothers and sisters who have no voice, we registered new voters across the country, and helped turn out Latino voters to the polls  in greater numbers than ever before.

This year’s conference will feature action-oriented trainings, workshops, and an advocacy day.  This will be a power-building gathering that will connect the dots between the movements for justice that are now pushing back those who are determined to roll back the rights of our communities. From immigration, to women’s rights, to labor rights, to civic participation, and the right to a healthy environment, we will have trainings and strategy sessions to organize and empower our communities.  

As we look towards the future and the difficult times ahead of us, we must turn our voices and votes into positive results. It is for this reason that the theme of our conference this year is “Organize, Mobilize, Resist: 45 Years of Building Latino Workers Power”. As Latino Leaders we all have something to say and it is time for our representatives to listen.  This is your opportunity to advance the Latino agenda for better jobs, better pay, equality, workers’ rights, civil rights  and a better quality of life in America.

Please SAVE THE DATE: September 6 and 7, 2017 in Washington, D.C. Make sure to visit our website for more information www.lclaa.org and follow @lclaa and #LCLAA45 on twitter for updates.

Thank you for your continued work and support, at a time when our mission is more urgent than ever. I am enormously proud of the legacy we have built together, and excited to move forward together, boldly and without fear, into a better future.

I hope that you will join us for this important event and we look forward to seeing you in Washington, D.C.

In Solidarity,

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Milton Rosado
LCLAA National President

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  • Wednesday 9/06
  • Thursday 9/07
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Conference Registration.

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Welcome Breakfast.

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Welcome Remarks.

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The Right to Work Safely, Live Well, and Retire in Dignity: Protecting Social Security, Health Care, and Rights at Work.

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Building Immigrant, Latino and Labor Solidarity In the Trump Era.

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Break.

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Luncheon Panel: Civic Participation, Civil Rights and Civic Resistance in the Face of Janus.

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Group A: Trabajadoras: Women’s Rights are Labor Rights!

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Group B: Advocacy Day Training.

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Reception.

 
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LCLAA Latno Worker Priorities Congressional Delegaton: LCLAA members representing strategic states will be selected to join advocacy meetings with Congressional Offices related to critical Latino worker priorities. LCLAA natonal staff will contact conference registrants in advance of their arrival to DC to prepare for these special meetings. All other conference atendees will partcipate in the skill building workshops.

 

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Conference/Advocacy Day Registration.

 
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Breakfast.

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Organizing with Social Media: Technology for Labor Organizing.

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Group A: Public Speaking and Media Training: Communicating the Latino Worker Priorities.

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Group B: Advocacy Day in Capitol Hill.

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Group C: Policy Advocacy for Latino Workers: Legislative Engagement.

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Break.

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Group C: Public Speaking and Media Training: Communicating the Latino Worker Priorities.

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Group A: Policy Advocacy for Latino Workers: Legislative Engagement.

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45th Anniversary Awards Gala.

 
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Sponsorship Opportunities / become a sponsor

  • 2017 Sponsorship Kit >

     

    On behalf of the Labor Council for Latin American Advancement (LCLAA), I write to invite you to participate as a sponsor of LCLAA’s National Latino Workers Conference and 45th Anniversary Awards Gala in Washington D.C. on September 6 and 7, 2017.

    LCLAA’s 45th Anniversary Awards Gala is an opportunity to showcase the important work we have been doing on behalf of Latino workers and to recognize individuals whose work has been instrumental in addressing the issues and meeting the needs of the Latino community.

    For 45 years, LCLAA has stood at the forefront of workers’ rights, civil rights, economic justice, and the right to organize at the workplace free of intimidation. LCLAA works to advance policies that will improve the quality of life for millions of working families across the United States. These policies protect workers and their families while making our communities just, safe, and prosperous places to live and work in. The importance of LCLAA’s work as the voice for Latino workers is imperative at this crucial time, and so is the support of partners like you. Your support will provide LCLAA the resources necessary to accomplish its mission and continue to advocate for our community.

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Registration Fees / please select one

Conference & Advocacy Day only

$100
$125 after July 14, 2017

45th Anniversary Awards Gala only

$200
$225 after July 14, 2017

** Additional tickets to the Awards Gala must be purchased prior to arrival online or by using the enclosed form.

To register a group please contact kpineda@lclaa.org. To pay for your LCLAA 2017 Membership Dues please Click Here

  • Conference and Lodging Information

 

Conference Location

September 6 & 7
815 16th Street NW
Washington, D.C.

45th Anniversary Awards Gala

W Washington D.C. Hotel
515 15th Street N.W
Washington, D.C.

Washington D.C. Airports
Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA)
Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD)
Baltimore-Washington International Airport (BWI

Lodging Information

W Washington D.C. (Great Room)
515 15th Street N.W Washington, D.C.

Room Rate $249 plus tax.

Cut-off Date is Monday, August 14.

For Reservations call: 1(888) 625-4988
Online at https://www.starwoodmeeting.com/events/start.action?id=1704113958&key=D8C18BA
Please confirm with hotel about their cancellation policy.