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IAM Local S6 Becomes First Organizational Member of APRI-Maine

Andy O’Brien
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The International Association of Machinists Local S6, which represents production workers at Bath Iron Works, has officially become the first Organizational member of the A. Philip Randolph Institute - Maine Chapter. APRI Maine's mission is to advance the cause of full participation of people of color in our unions and communities, to develop leaders and activists of color, and to eliminate racism and its effects in our organizations and throughout our state.

"Local S6 is honored to support the A. Philip Randolph Institute with their work to ensure equality in the workplaces and communities of Maine. All workers deserve to be afforded equal opportunities regardless of race," said Chris Williams, President of IAM S6. "We are proud to play a part in APRI’s mission. Together, we can elevate the voices of people of color and their experience will guide us to break down the barriers built by racism."

If your union would like to join APRI-Maine contact Garrett Stewart at 207-504-1106 or email him at