AFL-CIO Executive Council Responds to the Trayvon Martin Shooting By Calling for Social and Economic Justice for Communities of Color

July 25, 2013

Today the AFL-CIO Executive Council released a statement in response to the tragic shooting of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin on its commitment to social and economic justice for communities of color. The council also pledged to take action around these issues at the AFL-CIO convention in September.

Read the text of the statement after the jump. 

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