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Mr. Richard G. Womack Sr.

Wrong Richard G. Womack Sr.?

Public Member, VICE CHAIRMAN

Phone: (202) ***-****  HQ Phone
Email: r***@***.org
Local Address:  District of Columbia , United States
National Coalition on Black Civic Participation Inc
1050 Connecticut Avenue , NW , 10Th Floor - Suite # 1000 ,
Washington Dc , District of Columbia 20036
United States

Company Description: The National Coalition on Black Civic Participation, Inc. was founded in 1976 on the principle of the yet unfulfilled realization of a full democracy. Building upon...   more

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Board Memberships and Affiliations

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NCBCP: Board of Directors, 13 Mar 2015 [cached]
Mr. Richard Womack, Sr. Public Member
Board Member: Richard G. Womack | NAACP, 26 May 2015 [cached]
Richard G. Womack Board Member: Richard G. Womack | NAACP Board Member: Richard G. Womack | NAACP NAACP
Board Member: Richard G. Womack
Richard Gilbert Womack, assistant to American Federation of Labor - Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO) President John Sweeney, was born on November 18, 1939, in Danville, Virginia.
AAPD, 10 Mar 2005 [cached]
The Linda Chavez-Thompson Award was given to Richard Womack for his extraordinary leadership efforts to include people with disabilities and their families as part of the labor movement and the U.S. workforce.Presented by AAPD, the award recognizes Womack's job as assistant to the president of the AFL-CIO.He is also an elected member of the NAACP's National Board of Directors, where he chairs its Labor Committee and is vice chair of its Political Action Legislative Committee.
C:\JEFF\FPI\fpiboard.htm, 23 Sept 2009 [cached]
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,
bod2a.htm, 23 Sept 2009 [cached]
Richard G. Womack, Director
And on my left is Richard Womack, who is the Director of the Office of Civil Rights for the AFL-CIO. Richard represents labor on our board and has been a board member since 1996.
MR. WOMACK: Not right now,
MR. WOMACK: I have a question.
MR. WOMACK: Let me ask you a more direct question.
MR. WOMACK: I've got two other questions. one of those questions goes to the heart of it.
MR. WOMACK: I just need to do a follow-up to
MR. WOMACK: Thank you.
Mr. Womack represents labor and his responsibilities are to protect jobs in the private sector that are affected by UNICOR's work. However, part of his constituency, and speaking for you, Mr. Womack, part of his constituency is the union members who work in federal prisons, whose lives are protected or kept safer because of UNICOR's existence.
MR. WOMACK: Well, I think you made an interesting comment.
MR. WOMACK: well, I guess --
MR. WOMACK: Let's leave it with the government.
MR. WOMACK: It would be unfair?
MR. WOMACK: It would be okay, then.
MR. WOMACK: It would be wrong?
MR. WOMACK: okay.
They are also held by many in the business community, they are also held by many in organized labor, despite the voice for working men and women provided by Mr. Womack.
MR. WOMACK: Let me first thank you for your comments and your remarks and also for your support in speaking on behalf of organized labor.
MR. WOMACK: Well, they are.
MR. WOMACK: About 75 percent?
MR. WOMACK: Okay. And I raise that point for a particular reason.
But I would like to go back to some of the comments that Mr. Womack made on the industry at large. Yes, the industry is reducing in size. My company has reduced quite a few jobs, both in Arcade, down in Decatur, Alabama, in other places throughout the nation, from offshore.
Any closing remarks, Mr. Womack?
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