A. Philip Randolph Institute.
SEATTLE CHAPTER

A. Philip Randolph

leader in the African-American civil-rights movement, the American labor movement and socialist.

Bayard Rustin

Bayard Rustin was an American leader in social movements for civil rights,

Norman Hill

Norman Hill is an influential African-American administrator, activist and labor leader.

Clayola Brown

President of the A. Philip Randolph Institute, located in Washington, D.C.

About Us



A. Philip Randolph Institute.
Seattle Chapter

2800 1st Ave Room 80
Seattle, WA 98121
Phone: (206)770-7697
Email: Apriseattle@hotmail.com

APRI-Seattle Chapter is dedicated to developing programs that will extend democracy to those who have been traditionally disfranchised or discouraged from participating in the political system, strengthening political alliances needed to assure democratic social change and projecting social and economic programs that will improve the lives of all Americans.

To Achieve these goals, the Apri-Seattle Chapter believes in the creation of a broad based coalition of forces who in believe in social progress or minorities, the poor and working people. The Labor Movement occupies a pivotal role in this alliance since it serves as a bi-racial organizational vehicle of working people and has a principled commitment to social change. Our programs seek to enhance the role of all trade unionists.

The policies and programs of the A. Philip Randolph Institute and its affiliates have been governed by strict adherence to the political values and principles exemplified by our founder, A. Philip Randolph, 1889-1979.

Congratulations to the Officers for their willingness to serve!



Officers:

Verlene Jones, President
(OPEIU Local 8)

Gabriel Prawl, First Vice-President
(ILWU Local 19 )

Guy Astley, Second Vice-President
(Carpenters Local 131)

James Davis, Treasurer
(Ironworkers Local 86)

James McGee, Sargent at Arms
(Laborers Local 252)

Labor Affiliates: