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Alameda and Contra Costa Labor Climate Convergence 2021

By Alameda and Contra Costa AFL-CIO Central Labor Councils - Labor Network for Sustainability, July 30, 2021

Watch a recording of the 2021 Labor Climate Convergence co-hosted by the Alameda and Contra Costa Labor Councils with special thanks to our participants:

  • Amy Scott-Slovick, California Nurses Association
  • Sam Scott West, United Steel Workers
  • Carol Zabin, UC Berkeley Labor Center
  • Brian Obach, State University of New York
  • Michael Leon Guerrero, Labor Network for Sustainability
  • Gretchen Newsom, IBEW 569
  • JB Tengco, Blue Green Alliance
  • Igor Tregub, Sierra Club
  • Scott Hochberg, Sunrise Movement
  • Amee Raval, APEN
  • Sadie Wilson, Greenbelt Alliance
  • Robert Pollin, Political Economy Research Institute
  • Tim Frank, consultant for the Alameda Building Trades

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