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The 9th Annual Convention of the Alliance of South Asian American Labor - ASAAL

 

You are cordially invited to attend

The 9th Annual Convention of the

Alliance of South Asian American Labor - ASAAL

 

Saturday, December 3, 2016 from 3:00 pm – 9:00 pm

District Council 37* - 1st Floor

125 Barclay Street, New York, NY 10007 

The theme for the 2016 convention is:

“South Asian Labor and Community – Same Cause, One Force”

The individual members registration with dinner is $20 and for Student/Retiree members $10. 

This year Convention seminars will be concentrated on the current issues like (1) The aftermath of the 2016 Presidential Election (2) South Asian Women, Issues they face and (3) the Challenges and significance of organizing the unorganized. We have contacted renowned experts in these fields who have agreed to be on the panel.  

At this convention we will be honoring great labor leaders like President Wayne Spence, New York State Public Employees Federation, AFL-CIO and President Shaun D. Francois I, Local 372, DC 37.We will also honor one of the most successful South Asian American Mr. Aziz Ahmed, Founder, President and CEOUTC Associates, Inc., and Abubokor Hanip, Founder & CEO, People N Tech. At dinner time you will listen to the State and City wide elected officialsState Senators, Assemblypersons, Congress Members, politicians and renowned Labor Leaders from across the State. 

This year we are also publishing a Journal which will reach more than 3000 households and over 700 participants consisting of over 74 local unions including community leaders. We would deeply appreciate and highly recognize your sponsorship. Your contribution will raise urgently needed funds to educate our communities to win for the working people in our respective communities. For RSVP and/or related questions please call at 917-209-9772 and email your Journal Ad to asaal08@gmail.com by November 15, 2016.

*Directions: Take 4, 5, 6, J, M train to City Hall; A, E, 1, 2, 3, 9 train to Chambers Street and walk towards the World Trade Center near the Westside Highway next to the Bank of New York or East of Manhattan Community College or Stuyvesant High School.