Type - CLC

AOLAF Awards Banquet

The foundation was established to promothe the cause of organized labor in Alabama and to honor members who have distinguished themselves through unselfish service and leadership to the working people of Alabama.

Hyatt Regency Birmingham-The Wynfrey Hotel in Birmingham
1000 Riverchase Galleria, Birmingham, AL, 35244

Wynfrey Ballroom
Reception - 5:00 PM
Banquet - 6:00 PM

Eight hundred thousand workers. That is the number of government employees and contractors impacted by President Trump’s shutdown of the federal government. The average take home pay of impacted workers is around $500 per week, and any financial uncertainty is sure to cause stress and anxiety over how to make ends meet. Each day of this manufactured crisis, working families lose money for housing, healthcare and groceries — the essentials we need to get by.

Furloughed federal employees and out-of-work contractors greeted one another Thursday with a sarcastic nickname that, on the 20th day of a partial government shutdown, captured their feeling of powerlessness: “Hello, fellow pawns.”

They shouted it to one another over the brutal wind and bitter cold on Thursday in downtown Washington, where hundreds gathered to demand government leaders put an end to the shutdown and allow them to get back to work.

 The Erie- Crawford CLC has Scholarships it awards based on the results of  Essay Contests. We encourage all eligible members and their dependents to apply.


     To foster an understanding of the Labor movement’s vital contributions to this nation’s economic, social and political fabric.



Tom Wagner Memorial & Theo Sabin Meyer Memorial:

Click on the images below to link to the scholarship application:

Today is Day 4 of the 140-day regular session of the 86thTexas Legislature.  

Texas AFL-CIO Opposes Workforce Commission Proposal That Could Convert Some Gig Economy Workers Into ‘Marketplace Contractors’

The Texas AFL-CIO has formally opposed a pending rule that would give employers who conduct business via digital networks blanket authority to deny basic employment benefits to employees simply by calling them “marketplace contractors.” 

The Texas Workforce Commission voted to publish the rule proposal in December and could enact it later this month. 

Texas AFL-CIO: Communities Everywhere Being Harmed

With President Trump in Texas today for a pointless “photo opportunity,” the Texas AFL-CIO called for a resolution of the nearly three-week government shutdown that is harming not just 800,000 federal workers, but the entire nation.

11th Annual Road Kill BBQ

The Alabama AFL-CIO will be conducting Legislative Lobby Days on April 2nd & 3rd, 2019 at the State Federation Headquarters.

Members from local unions across the state will be cooking a wide variety foods in appreciation for legislators, cabinet members and staff.