2022 LELO Annual Dinner: Forging a Peoples' Movement for Peace, Justice, and Democracy

 LELO’s 2022 Annual Dinner will commemorate the 40th anniversary of Silme’s and Gene’s assassination, which was scheduled last year. The dinner will also rededicate the peoples’ work to the struggle for democracy in the Philippines.

Special guests at the annual dinner include Bill Fletcher Jr., the recipient of this year’s Domingo, Viernes and Jefferson Award and Josua Mata, Secretary General of one of the largest labor federations in the Philippines, SENTRO.

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PO Box 28489, Seattle, WA  98118

Please know that cost is never a barrier to attending LELO’s events. Please call 206-860-1400 to make arrangements.

There Is No Separate Peace

LELO strives to empower low-income workers of color, recent immigrants and women workers to assert their rights, improve their working conditions and gain a voice in their workplaces, trade unions and communities in the U.S. and across the globe.

LELO’s social change strategy is local organizing, with an emphasis on political education, and building solidarity networks with workers across all borders.


Fair Access to Sound Transit Jobs

LELO has relaunched the FAST Jobs Coalition as Sound Transit moves into the surrounding counties to ensure accountability of this public entity to our communities.

Access Re-Licensing Support

For over 20 years, LELO staff has assisted people with suspended driver’s license issues.  Currently, we assist those in the City of Seattle’s construction trade priority hire program and court referrals.

Build Worker to Worker Solidarity with LELO

The Tyree Scott International Worker-to-Worker Project was founded in 1997 to to communicate and build with each other an alternative system to capitalism that addresses the needs of workers and their families.

Eat healthy, affordable food with the Blue Corn Coop

The Blue Corn Coop contributes to the transformation of our communities by providing healthy, affordable food while supporting a small farmer of color and his family.  Our vision of building community through this project includes the principles of shared ownership, democratic decision-making and shared experiences to build the food sovereignty movement.