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    EWMC - Electrical Workers Minority Caucus

    The EWMC has a long history. In 1974, African American and Hispanic delegates met during the 30th IBEW International Convention in Kansas City, Missouri and formed the EWMC to address the lack of minority representation and other inequalities within the IBEW.

    Since that time the EWMC has prospered and grown under the direction of President Robbie Sparks, an IBEW Business Manager from Atlanta, Georgia. The success of the EWMC is essentially due to its strong vision and belief in the abilities of people of color.

    The EWMC is a strong advocate for equal rights, opportunities, and greater minority representation in the IBEW. The EWMC is well respected by the IBEW and the labor movement because of its strong commitment and vigorous pursuit of social and economic justice for minority workers.

    The Caucus serves as a support and networking system, and provides education and training for its members. The membership reflects a broad-based coalition of dedicated IBEW men and women who work within the IBEW structure to forge changes that will benefit minorities and the entire IBEW membership.

    The EWMC Executive Committee is comprised of eleven elected officers: President, Vice-President, Secretary/Treasurer, and eight (8) At-Large members. The rules governing the EWMC are contained in the organization's national operating bylaws.

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    Golden Gate Womens Committee

    The Golden Gate Women's Committee is committed to increasing the participation of women in every aspect of the union, including but not limited to: apprenticeship training, mentoring, leadership, and union, community and political activism. Through these endeavors, we hope to encourage, educate, and empower our sisters to take on active leadership roles within their communities and the IBEW. We are all responsible for mentoring our apprentices and guiding them on a pathway of success. We welcome all current and retired members of the IBEW to attend our monthly meetings, every second Saturday @ 11am at the hall (please see calendar). If you would like to know more information about the GGWC, please email us at local6women@gmail.com or you can also visit us on either of our social media pages to see what we’ve been up to: 

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    Instagram: Local6women 

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    Co-Chairs of the GGWC

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    RENEW
    RENEW is a newly formed social club within I.B.E.W Local 6. The purpose is to further the feeling of solidarity amongst the young workers of our local union and NECA and build a bridge to a cross generational labor movement. As well as through peer mentoring develop a solid work ethic and sense of pride in our industry. Only when we stand together can we ensure the future of tomorrow
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    Senior Sixes
    After decades of working together on the job, many members miss that job site comradery in retirement.

    With events like their monthly Retiree's Luncheon, fishing trips, picnics and other activities, our retirees remain in touch - both with each other and the industry.

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