Our “Summit of Solidarity” is a national event. We are expecting over 1,000 labor, community, business and political leaders from throughout the United States. Labor, business, civic, political & community leaders from New York, Chicago, Washington DC, Atlanta, Texas, Puerto Rico, Nevada and California regularly attend, creating a true summit opportunity.

Hilton San Francisco Union Square
333 O'Farrell Street, San Francisco
(
Our 2016 National Labor-Community Awards - Union Hotel Venue)
Reception & Media Coverage: 5:00 p.m.
Dinner and Awards: 6:30 p.m.

Honoring


International Labor Leadership Award
Newton B. Jones

International President
International Brotherhood
of Boilermakers


National Innovation
Leadership Award
Joseph Sellers, Jr.

General President
International Association
of Sheet Metal, Air, Rail &
Transportation Workers


National Civil Rights
Leadership Award
Gavin Newsom

Lieutenant Governor
California


Bay Area Leadership Award
Olga Miranda

President
SEIU 87

The National Labor-Community Awards Dinner is a Benefit for:
www.ilaboral.org

We are a 501(c)(3) nonprofit community organization that raises 33%
of our annual operating budget from this important event.

All net proceeds from this Event are used to provide educational and labor services to defend the rights of California's unorganized working poor.

Your support for this event helps to fund our daily operations
and helps bring people together.

Download the 2016 National Labor-Community Awards "Save the Date" Flyer (PDF)


Instituto Laboral de la Raza is a nonprofit legal advocacy and workers’ resource center founded (1982) by community Labor activists. It serves the critical needs of all low income working families in California. The Instituto has its office in the Mission District of San Francisco. Most of its clients are unorganized working poor immigrants from Mexico, Central America, South America, and Southeast Asia.

The Mission of the Instituto Laboral de la Raza is to enable low income workers to emerge from cycles of poverty that endanger themselves and the families they support. It provides labor rights education and legal advocacy that secure unpaid wages and other earned benefits previously denied to them. The Instituto works in collaboration with Labor, the State of California and neighborhood organizations to effectively advocate for the economic, health and social welfare of disadvantaged and disparaged families.