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Dear Sisters and Brothers:

On Monday, September 4, 2023, the Los Angeles/Long Beach Harbor Labor Coalition will celebrate the 44th Annual Labor Solidarity Parade and Picnic Rally. The American Labor Movement has been responsible for building the middle class. Thanks to the efforts of labor unions, workers have achieved higher wages, more reasonable hours, safer working conditions, health benefits, and aid when retired or injured. Labor unions were also instrumental in ending the practice of child labor. We have exerted a broad influence on American life, reshaping the political, economic, and cultural fabric of the country. Even those who do not belong to a union benefit when more people are in unions. But, above all, “the labor movement has afforded working people a voice in our democracy and an opportunity to share in the American dream! Please join us on September 4, 2023, as we keep our forty-four-year tradition alive as indicated by our themeUnion Labor Built the American Dream”

We encourage you to participate in our Best Decorated float contest; trophies will be awarded. Be creative, festive and original!

• Ask your Union to endorse the 44rd Annual Labor Day Parade, Picnic and Rally
• Donate $700 or more to help cover event expenses as a sponsor
• Mobilize members and supporters to join us for the March for Solidarity
• Bring your union banners, t-shirts, vehicles/floats
• If you are interested in reserving a booth for the rally, please contact Heidi Barragan (562) 552-4850

In Solidarity,
Larry Barragan, Chairman

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The Los Angeles/Long Beach Harbor Labor Coalition is a multi union coalition whose mission is to promote positive solidarity and union activism.


This Labor Day, Monday, September 2, 2019, we will celebrate the 40th Anniversary of our Labor Day Parade. We celebrate the contribution of many that have made our yearly Parade possible throughout the years, and those of our Union Sisters and Brothers that have passed on. It is with great pride that we look back on labor’s victories and struggles for living wages, single-payer healthcare, pensions, and work place safety.


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