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What is the Electrical Workers Minority Caucus?
Forever Lifting Up – Always Moving Forward The history of the EWMC has its roots in the Civil Rights movement and the struggle for equal rights for minority workers in the IBEW. Minority communities wanted greater opportunities to join the IBEW and minority members in the IBEW saw the need to strengthen and grow IBEW membership. In 1974, African American and Hispanic delegates met during the 30th IBEW International Convention in Kansas City, Missouri, and formed the Electrical Workers Minority Caucus to address the lack of minority representation and other inequalities within the IBEW.
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“What the EWMC means to me.”

“What the EWMC means to me.” The EWMC now has a portion of our web page available for members to share testimonials. The testimonials will remain on the site until the end of the month. In order for the testimonials to be posted the following must happen: Testimonial(s) must be sent via email to ewmc2@yahoo.
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Changes to the EWMC National Operating Bylaws

Changes to the EWMC National Operating Bylaws          Last year at the EWMC Conference in Kansas City, MO the delegates agreed and the Executive Committee assured that new language (‘gender identity’) would be added to Article III – Admission of Members Section 1 (p. 5) after “sexual orientation,”.
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Executive Board Unanimously Approved Brother Keith Edwards .

Executive Board Unanimously Approved Brother Keith Edwards . The EWMC’s National Executive Board unanimously approved the appointment of Brother Keith Edwards as the National Electrical Workers Minority Caucus President. President Edwards term is effective November 15, 2014.
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