Center for Political Education
In 1998 the Committees of Correspondence for Democracy and Socialism linked organization, the Center for Political Education hosted a forum entitled "The Workplace as a Site of Social Struggle: 1960’s and 1990’s". The inter-generational dialogue featured the following speakers:
Leo Robinson, International Longshore and Warehouse Union; Katie Quan, Vice President of International Ladies Garment Worker's Union; Frank del Campo, 25 year veteran of labor/community/Latino organizing; Margy Wilkinson, activist and officer of AFSCME; Nato Green, organizer, UFCW campaign; Joy Enomoto, temp workers organizer, Steve Williams, co-director of POWER; and Bharati Narumanchi, student organizer at San Francisco City College; moderated by Lillian Galedo, Filipinos for Affirmative Action.
In 2001 Local 3; Lillian Galedo of Filipinos for Affirmative Action; Conny Ford of OPEIU; Lamoin Werlein-Jaen of HERE and Local 2; Steve Williams of People Organized to Win Employment Rights and Joe Wilson of the Coleman Advocates for Youth gave talks entitled: "Building Labor and Community Partnerships: Potential and Pitfalls." The classes were held at the San Francisco based Center for Political Education.