|AFSCME District Council 36|
AFSCME District Council 36
The American Federation of State County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME) District Council 36, headquartered in Los Angeles, represents the interests of more than 22,000 public service workers and serves nearly 50 affiliated Local Unions throughout Southern California.
An affiliate of AFSCME International in Washington D.C., Council 36 advocates for fairness, dignity, opportunity and prosperity in the workplace and believes that workers’ rights are human rights.
We not only stand for fairness at the bargaining table, however; we also fight for equality, social justice and against discrimination in all of its forms in the halls of government and in our communities.
Council 36 is dedicated to reclaiming and restoring the fundamental democratic values that define our state and our country at large, including preserving the struggling middle class, narrowing record income gaps, ensuring access and opportunity to ordinary people, and reinforcing the critical role of government in providing quality services that Californians depend on, and deserve.
Our members proudly serve the public in our courts, our parks, our schools and throughout the Southland, as psychiatric social workers, childcare workers, prosecutors, probation officers, sanitation workers, law enforcement vehicle mechanics, librarians, 911 emergency operators and many, many others.
How to get in touch with AFSCME District Council 36
514 Shatto Place
Main Phone: 213-487-9887 (Press Zero for Operator)
Alice Goff, President
Vice Presidents (District 2):
Vice President (District 3):
Vice President (District 4):
Vice President (District 5)
Vice President (District 6):
Vice President (District 7):
Bylaws of AFSCME in Southern California
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