Indiana State AFL-CIO

 To accomplish our mission of empowering working families - we work to build a movement of working people by helping them join unions, support their right to collective bargaining, improve conditions in workplaces and communities, and strengthen the voice of working families in Indiana in all levels of government. 

LaDonna and Mike made Oreos for Nabisco until greedy CEOs chose profits over people and sent their jobs to Mexico. They talk about friendship, solidarity in the face of job-loss, and who they think will work tirelessly to save American jobs.

Celia and her coworkers have been working to get Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump to recognize the Culinary Workers Union Local 226 at the Trump Hotel in Las Vegas.

AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka spoke with CBS News before the second presidential debate in St.

At a campaign rally in Pennsylvania, Donald Trump asks the audience how many are union members. Somehow, he's surprised to find "not many." That's because union members know Trump is wrong for working families.

Recent News


For Immediate Release: Monday, August 17, 2015
Media Contact: Jeff Harris, Indiana State AFL-CIO, 317.632.9147


INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Representing more than 300,000 working Hoosiers from around the state in more than 800 affiliated local unions, today the Indiana State AFL-CIO officially endorsed John Gregg for Governor.

While Donald Trump continues to excoriate immigrants from South and Central America, the AFL-CIO is ramping up programs to help them unionize and gain political power. A forum recently held in Washington, D.C., highlighted what the labor movement will be doing to provide Latina working women with the tools they need to win better standards of living and security for the future.
A Newsweek investigation has found that in at least two of Donald Trump’s last three construction projects, Trump opted to purchase his steel and aluminum from Chinese manufacturers rather than United States corporations.
Leo Gerard, president of the Steelworkers, on Donald Trump's waning support with union members.

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