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7º Anniversary

November 11, 2016 @ 6:00 pm - 12:00 am

English version below

Chicago Community and Worker’s Rights, te invita a celebrar su 7º aniversario de lucha por los derechos de los trabajadores y los inmigrates de nuestra comunidad.

En una noche de cena-baile con la participación del Orador especial, el Concejal del distrito 35 Carlos Rosa.

El banquete será el Viernes 11 de Noviembre de 6:00 pm a 11:00 pm en Mayfield Banquet Facility, 6072 S Archer Ave, Chicago, IL 60638

Compra tus boletos aquí ($35 bajos ingresos o $50 de solidaridad) o llamando al 773 653 3664, también puedes visita nuestro sitio web


Chicago Community and Worker’s Rights, invites you to celebrate their 7th anniversary of fighting for the rights of workers and inmigrates of our community.

In a night with dinner and dance, with the participation of our special speaker, Thirty-Fifth Ward Alderman Carlos Rosa.

The banquet will be on Friday November 11 from 6:00 pm to 11:00 pm at Mayfield Banquet Facility , 6072 S Archer Ave , Chicago, IL 60638

Buy you tickets here ($35 low income or $50 solidarity) or call 777 653 3664, you can also visit our website

Chicago Community and Workers’ Rights (CCWR) is an organization led by workers for workers, regardless of immigration status, dedicated to educating, building leadership, and gathering resources in order to develop organizing tools and collective strategies of resistance against labor rights abuses, towards just living conditions for our families.

Chicago Community and Workers’ Rights believes that all people should have access to dignified well-paid work regardless of their identity, immigration status, abilities, age or where they come from.

Our areas of work are: Education and empowerment, for workers by workers; Emergency support for workers’ in crisis; and Self-determination of workers.

Carlos Ramirez-Rosa is a lifelong Chicagoan who has worked to put our neighborhoods and working families first as a community organizer, congressional caseworker, and now Thirty-Fifth Ward Alderman.

As a community organizer with the Illinois Coalition for Immigrant and Refugee Rights, Carlos worked to keep families safe from deportation and win President Obama’s historic executive action to fix immigration.

As a congressional caseworker in the office of U.S. Congressman Luis Gutierrez, Carlos helped seniors, veterans, and families cut through government red tape and he streamlined the delivery of constituent services.

As our Alderman, Carlos has promoted inclusion and transparency in all of his work, and
worked to make sure city resources benefit local neighborhoods instead of big corporations.

Serving as our Thirty-Fifth Ward Alderman since May 2015, Carlos has led legislative efforts to win property tax relief for working class homeowners, paid sick leave for Chicago workers, equality for transgender people in public facilities, and accountability and transparency on municipal financial transactions. He is working to ensure Chicago is a city that welcomes and integrates immigrants, and he is fighting to return surplus TIF dollars to neighborhood public schools.

Carlos is a proud product of our public schools. He received his high school diploma from Chicago’s Whitney M. Young Magnet High School, and his Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.


November 11, 2016
6:00 pm - 12:00 am


Chicago Community and Workers’ Rights


Mayfield Banquet Facility

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