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'''Douglas Moore, Jr.''' is an International Vice President of [[AFSCME]].<ref>[http://www.afscme.org/about/4330.cfm International Vice Presidents]</ref>
 
'''Douglas Moore, Jr.''' is an International Vice President of [[AFSCME]].<ref>[http://www.afscme.org/about/4330.cfm International Vice Presidents]</ref>
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==2015 United in Courage Awards==
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On June 30, 2015, [[Courage Campaign]] honored [[Douglas Moore, Jr.]], for his visionary leadership as Executive Director of [[United Domestic Workers of America]], and his profound dedication to California’s workers and the broader progressive movement. Held at the beautiful Citizen Hotel in downtown Sacramento, the United in Courage Awards brings together California’s progressive leaders in the heart of the capital for a casual and celebratory evening. Presenting the award to Moore was [[Charisse Bremond Weaver]], President of [[Brotherhood Crusade in Los Angeles]]. The inaugural Legacy in Courage Award was given to [[Willie L. Pelote, Sr.]], following his retirement from [[AFSCME]] California People. Assemblymember [[Jimmy Gomez]] spoke and presented the award to Pelote.
  
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Special thanks to our sponsors: [[United Domestic Workers of America]]; [[American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees]]; [[California Federation of Teacher]]; [[California Teachers Association]]; [[National Union of Healthcare Workers]]; [[The California Endowment]]; [[California Nurses Association]]; [[Kaufman Legal Group]]; [[International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees]]; UFCW [[Western States Council]]; [[David Binder Research]]; SEIU-ULTCW; [[Brotherhood Crusade]]; [[AFSCME]] 3299; Orange County Employees Association; [[California School Employees Association]]; [[Capital & Main]]; [[California Black Health Network]]; [[Asian Americans Advancing Justice]]; and [[Groundworks Campaigns]].<ref>[https://couragecampaign.org/events]</ref>
 
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*[http://www.afscme.org/about/20064.cfm Moore, Jr. on AFSCME]
 
*[http://www.afscme.org/about/20064.cfm Moore, Jr. on AFSCME]
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*[http://www.afscme.org/ AFSCME website]
  
 
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Latest revision as of 20:59, 4 October 2018

Douglas Moore, Jr. is an International Vice President of AFSCME.[1]

2015 United in Courage Awards

On June 30, 2015, Courage Campaign honored Douglas Moore, Jr., for his visionary leadership as Executive Director of United Domestic Workers of America, and his profound dedication to California’s workers and the broader progressive movement. Held at the beautiful Citizen Hotel in downtown Sacramento, the United in Courage Awards brings together California’s progressive leaders in the heart of the capital for a casual and celebratory evening. Presenting the award to Moore was Charisse Bremond Weaver, President of Brotherhood Crusade in Los Angeles. The inaugural Legacy in Courage Award was given to Willie L. Pelote, Sr., following his retirement from AFSCME California People. Assemblymember Jimmy Gomez spoke and presented the award to Pelote.

Special thanks to our sponsors: United Domestic Workers of America; American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees; California Federation of Teacher; California Teachers Association; National Union of Healthcare Workers; The California Endowment; California Nurses Association; Kaufman Legal Group; International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees; UFCW Western States Council; David Binder Research; SEIU-ULTCW; Brotherhood Crusade; AFSCME 3299; Orange County Employees Association; California School Employees Association; Capital & Main; California Black Health Network; Asian Americans Advancing Justice; and Groundworks Campaigns.[2]

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