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Spring 1974


An historic occasion: more than three thousand women from every state, representing at least 58 different trade unions, met in Chicago on March 23 25 to found the first Coalition of Labor Union Women (CLUW). Regional preparatory meetings had been held in New York, Philadelphia, and Chicago. For about one-quarter of the women present, this was their first trade union conference.



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