Convention to Feature Address from AFL-CIO National President Richard Trumka
What: The Montana AFL-CIO will hold its 63rd annual convention starting Thursday. The convention acts as the supreme governing body of the State Federation, which is in accordance with the National AFL-CIO Constitution and Rules Governing State Federations. The focus of this Constitutional Convention will be officer elections, constitutional amendments and resolutions that will guide the work of the State Fed moving forward.
The Montana AFL-CIO will host their Leadership Luncheon on Friday, June 21, at 11:30 AM. AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka will provide the Keynote Address. President Trumka’s remarks will highlight the importance of protecting workers’ rights, establishing fair trade agreements, raising workers wages, while advocating for social and economic justice. President Trumka leads the labor movements efforts to create an economy based on broadly shared prosperity and to hold government and employers accountable to working families. President Trumka will be available for questions following the luncheon. Anyone interested in attending this avail should RSVP to Andrew Linton at email@example.com.
Who: Montana AFL-CIO
When: June 20-22, 2019
Where: DoubleTree Edgewater Hotel, 100 Madison St., Missoula, MT, 59802
Contact: Andrew Linton, 610-952-5957, Andrewl@mtaflcio.org