Working for America Institute

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Working for America Institute
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Full name Working for America Institute
Founded 1958
Head union Nancy Mills, executive director
Affiliation AFL-CIO
Office location Washington, D.C.
Country United States
Website www.workingforamerica.org

The Working for America Institute (WAI) is a non-profit organization that is an allied organization of the AFL-CIO. It promotes economic development, develops new economic policies, and lobbies the United States Congress on economic policy.

It was established in 1958 as the Human Resources Development Institute (HRDI) of the AFL-CIO. The AFL-CIO changed its name, structure and goals in 1998 as part of a large AFL-CIO restructuring.

WAI receives financial support from the federal government,[dubious ] private foundations and the AFL-CIO.

References

  • Gilroy, Tom. "Labor to Stress Get-Out-the-Vote Among Members in Fall Elections." Labor Relations Week. October 21, 1998.

External links

  • Working for America Institute Web site
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