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Richard G. Womack

Chair Darby Township Democrat Party

AFL-CIO

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AFL-CIO

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Washington, D.C., District of Columbia,20006

United States

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Background Information

Employment History

Director of the Department of Civil Rights

Texas AFL-CIO


Chairman

National Coalition on Black Civic Participation


Assistant Director

Human Resources Development Institute , Inc.


Affiliations

National Association for the Advancement of Colored People

Executive Committee Member


Southern Automotive Wholesalers Inc

Board Member


Brown

MLK Labor Committee Co-Chair


National Association for the Advancement of Colored People

Board Member


National Board of Director's Labor Committee

Committee


NAACP

National Board Member and Assistant To the President


Education

DC


Web References(129 Total References)


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Richard G. Womack - Labor
Mr. Womack was appointed to the Board January 30, 1996 and is the current director of the AFL-CIO Department of Civil Rights, a position he assumed in 1986. In this capacity, Mr. Womack is the primary spokesperson for the AFL-CIO on a broad range of social issues involving worker, human and civil rights. Previously, he was Assistant Director of the AFL-CIO Human Resources Development Institute. Mr. Womack is a member of the NAACP's Board of Directors, and chairs its National Board of Director's Labor Committee and the Board of the National Coalition on Black Voter Participation. In addition, he is the Acting Executive Director of the Leadership Conference on Civil Rights. Mr. Womack is from Maryland,


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11/30/04 Richard Womack and Clayola Brown, AFL/CIO MLK Labor Committee Co-Chairs on MLK Holiday Observance in Los Angeles


Alpha One Now - Powering Independent Living - Story

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This year's Linda Chavez-Thompson Award was presented to Richard Womack, Assistant to the President of the AFL- CIO, who has been a strong and consistent voice for disability rights and empowerment within the labor movement.


Today's Workplace » 2017 » May

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Richard Womack Sr. is the emeritus assistant to the AFL-CIO president and former director of the AFL-CIO Civil, Human and Women's Rights Department.
He is a national board member and Labor Committee chair of the NAACP.


NAACP | Richard G. Womack

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After graduation, Womack served in the United States Army in Fort Lee, Virginia, and in 1962, took a job with Reynolds Aluminum that ultimately launched his career with the AFL-CIO.
Womack performed various functions within the AFL-CIO, including holding a position as assistant director of the Human Resources Development Institute in 1971, and serving as director of the Department of Civil Rights in 1986. In 2003, Womack became the assistant to the AFL-CIO president John Sweeney, advising him on civil, human, and women's rights, immigration issues, and overseeing outreach to community and religious organizations. While serving the AFL-CIO, Womack also served as a member of the NAACP's Board of Directors, chairing the National Board of Director's Labor Committee; Chairman of the Board of the National Coalition on Black Civic Participation; and as the acting executive director of the Leadership Conference on Civil Rights. Womack received a presidential appointment in January of 1996 to the board of the Federal Prison Industries.


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