September 02, 2014
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The Greater Lansing Labor Council is the “union of all the unions,” representing over 40 labor unions who together represent over 16,000 working families. The mission of the GLLC is to improve the lives of workers, their families and our community,-to bring justice to the workplace and society. To accomplish our mission, the GLLC

  • engages in political education and mobilization on issues important to workers and their families;
  • advocates for legislation and public policies that advance the interests of our members;
  • provide assistance to workers and their families through our community service program and its network of union counselors;
  • joins with community, social, and civil rights organizations to strengthen our community; and
  • provides mutual aid and support to affiliate unions in their struggle to improve wages and working conditions.

Our work is guided in our belief that working together strengthens our voice in the workplace and the larger community.

 
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Art Luna receives Doug Griffith Community Service Award

Posted On: Jun 23, 2014 (09:20:02)

Greater Lansing Labor Council Affiliates:

At the recent Doug Griffith Community Service Award breakfast held on June 6, 2014, Art Luna from UAW Local 602 was this year's recipient. The award presented annually since 1996 also serves as a fundraiser for the Children's Miracle Network through Sparrow Health Systems.

Art is currently on the UAW International Staff for UAW Region 1-D. Art's accomplishments have impacted the area in a variety of ways. He has served on the UAW Local 602 Community Services Committee, helping with outreach with Old Newsboys, Toys for Tots, food drives, and other activities. Serving the community by being on the Eaton County United Way Board, Charlotte School Board, Eaton County Board of Commissioners, Capital Area Cesar E. Chavez Commission are but a few of the community work/service examples Art has been involved with over the years.

Although Art was unable to attend due to scheduling issues, he was presented the award at the Capital Area UAW CAP Council meeting held the following week much to his surprise. Additionally, his wife, children and grandchild were also present.

Congratulations Art!

Ingham County Fair Union Family Day (Jul 28 - Aug 2, 2014)

Posted On: Jun 11, 2014 (07:10:13)
Bring the family to a day of Carnival Fun, Food & Rides!! See attached file for more info...

Download: UnionFamilyFair2014.pdf
Nineteenth Annual Doug Griffith Community Service Award

Posted On: Apr 29, 2014 (11:15:35)
Sparrow Health System is hosting a Breakfast for Kids to honor an outstanding labor leader by presenting him or her with the Nineteenth Annual Doug Griffith Community Service Award. It is my pleasure to be able to personally invite you to participate in recognizing the honoree as he or she receives our Nineteenth Annual Doug Griffith Community Service Award. See attached file below for more info! More info
MAY DAY 2014 (May 3, 2014)

Posted On: Apr 29, 2014 (09:12:06)
Join us Saturday, March 3 for food, fun and political action (12:00 noon)! Rally at State Capitol, followed by march to Lansing Workers Center! Read more:
UA Day 2014

Posted On: Apr 29, 2014 (09:06:53)
Please bring your staff and join us under the tent for lunch with tours of our Training Trailers (Parked on Capitol Ave.) to follow. More info:
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