Mission Statement

UFCW OUTreach is a constituency group dedicated to building mutual support between our union’s International, regions, and locals and the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) community and their allies in order to come together to organize for social and economic justice for all, regardless of age, race, gender, creed, color, sexual orientation, or gender identity. Together, we will ensure full equality for LGBT workers on their jobs and in their unions.

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Join UFCW OUTreach – become a member today or sponsor us today! Simply fill out either the Membership Application form or the Sponsorship Application, and mail it in. You can include a check or you can pay online with PayPal.

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Ufcw Canada post: ✊🏽✊🏽✊🏽✊🏽✊🏽✊🏽 ...

UFCW OUTreach shared United Food and Commercial Workers International Union's post. ...

This #TBT in honor of #WomensHistoryMonth: Addie Wyatt, pictured here with “Mr. Amalgamated” Pat Gorman, was an instrumental figure in our union family. She was a leader who got her start through union activism at the UPWA and continued her fight for workers’ rights during the height of the American Feminist Movement. Learn more about Addie here: www.ufcw.org/2018/02/15/black-history-month-addie-wyatt/

ALERT!! Got 500 more of our special UFCW OUTreach pins for new members and for sale at UFCW Convention. This time some are pins & some magnets. Union-made and gorgeous!!🏳️‍🌈🏳️‍🌈🏳️‍🌈🏳️‍🌈🏳️‍🌈🏳️‍🌈 ...

UFCW OUTreach shared AFSCME's The False Slogan: Racist Roots of Right-To-Work. ...

The wealthy corporations and billionaires behind Janus v. AFSCME are pushing a dangerous right-to-work agenda that has its roots in the Jim Crow South of the 1940s. Vance Muse, who invented right to work, once told a U.S. Senate committee, “I am a Southerner and I am for white supremacy.” Read more: afscme.org/racist-roots

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