Register: Breaking the Cha...

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Click here to begin registration. Completion of this form is required, however it does not imply or infer immediate acceptance into the Breaking the Chains of Poverty program.

Labor Secretary Greets ‘Breaking Chains of Poverty’ Gradua...

Labor Secretary Greets ‘Breaking Chains of Poverty’ Graduates

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Union Edge Interview with District 6 Councilman Daniel Lave...

Union Edge Interview with District 6 Councilman Daniel Lavelle

Don’t miss the Pittsburgh APRI interviewing District 6 Councilman Daniel Lavelle at 1PM on The Union Edge Labor’s Talk Radio on WKFB 770 AM and 97.5 FM or Click the podcast link at 3pm today:http://player.liquidcompass.net/WFRNLIVEIR

Happy Birthday A. Philip Randol...

Happy Birthday A. Philip Randolph!

Today in Black History – April 15, 1889:   Asa Philip Randolph was born to Rev. James Randolph and Elizabeth Randolph in Crescent City, Florida. Randolph was a great labor and civil rights leader. As we celebrate his birthday, make sure we stand with the fast food workers and home care workers as they fight for […]

Welcome to APRI: Pittsburgh

Welcome to the website for the Pittsburgh Chapter of the A. Philip Randolph Institute. Use the navigation above to view what we are about, upcoming and previous events, how to volunteer, and more.

Mission Statement

Committed to social progress for minorities, the poor and working people, the Pittsburgh Chapter of APRI is dedicated to providing programs that extend democracy, education and opportunity to those traditionally disenfranchised or discouraged from participation.

"At the banquet table of nature, there are no reserved seats.” - A. Philip Randolph

Vision Statement

Working in an intentional partnership with the labor movement and other allies, the Pittsburgh Chapter of APRI works to build a world where minorities, the poor and working people make family-sustaining wages and are fully included in our nation's democracy.