CLUW

AcronymDefinition
CLUWCoalition of Labor Union Women
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We need to give people the vision, make their voices heard, and count the votes," Murray told the CLUW delegates.
Letter from Ruth Weyand To Olga Madar 2 (May 18, 1978) (on file with the CLUW Records, Box 23, Folder 7).
Working with Berkman, Betty Jean Hall, Brenda Baldwin, Joyce Miller of the United Auto Workers, CLUW, and other blue-collar women made the staff at the institute realize that sexual conduct was "one of many tools that men use to create a hostile working environment when they want to keep women out.
Black women such as Addie Wyatt, Ola Kennedy, and Clara Day-who called her union "one of the greatest civil rights workers" - also played leading roles in CLUW and, to a lesser degree, the Coalition of Black Trade Unionists.
For CLUW's support for affirmative action and other gender-conscious policies, see resolution adopted by CLUW National Coordinating Committee, Houston, 31 May 1975, box 37, Coalition of Labor Union Women Records, Archives of Labor and Urban Affairs, Wayne State University, Detroit; CLUW, "Convention Call to the Third Biennial Convention of the Coalition of Labor Union Women.