A. Philip Randolph Institute

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A. Philip Randolph Institute is a organization within the AFL-CIO that was founded by A. Philip Randolph and Bayard Rustin. It is considered one of the AFL-CIO's constituency groups, along with the Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance, Coalition of Black Trade Unionists, Coalition of Labor Union Women, Labor Council for Latin American Advancement and Pride At Work.

Mission

  • Civil rights, strong anti-discrimination measures and affirmative action
  • Policies to promote a decent wage, high growth, full employment economy
  • Labor law reform and worker health and safety protections
  • Decent minimum living standards for all, including anti-poverty programs, a fair minimum wage and a comprehensive "safety net"
  • Universal, affordable health care
  • Family leave and child care
  • Progressive and fair tax policies
  • International workers' rights and fair trade Education and training programs
  • Education and training programs[1]

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