Clarence Thomas

Clarence Thomas, retired member of ILWU Local 10 and co-convener of the Million Worker March

As an African-American trade unionist, past secretary-treasurer of the International Longshore & Warehouse Union (ILWU) Local 10, and one of the founders of the Million Worker March (MWM) movement, I am endorsing the Labor and Community for an Independent Party (LCIP). This Campaign is a continuation of the MWM’s call for workers in the U.S. to “mobilize in our own name,” independent of the ruling class-controlled political parties “around an independent agenda for working people acting in their own name.”
All those who believe in a political party that represents the interests of the working class and recognize the right of self-determination for African Americans and all oppressed people will understand the importance of supporting this Campaign.

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