A. Philip Randolph Institute

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Template:TOCnestleft A. Philip Randolph Institute is a organization within the AFL-CIO that was founded by A. Philip Randolph and Bayard Rustin. It is considered one of the AFL-CIO's constituency groups, along with the Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance, Coalition of Black Trade Unionists, Coalition of Labor Union Women, Labor Council for Latin American Advancement and Pride At Work.


  • Civil rights, strong anti-discrimination measures and affirmative action
  • Policies to promote a decent wage, high growth, full employment economy
  • Labor law reform and worker health and safety protections
  • Decent minimum living standards for all, including anti-poverty programs, a fair minimum wage and a comprehensive "safety net"
  • Universal, affordable health care
  • Family leave and child care
  • Progressive and fair tax policies
  • International workers' rights and fair trade Education and training programs
  • Education and training programs[1]

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