Collique Williams

Organizer, Community Labor United

Collique Williams is a long-time Boston-area community organizer, who comes to CLU from the youth organizing sector. Collique began his change-work as a youth organizer at the Boston-area Youth Organizing Project in 2001 and most recently at The City School, where he cut his teeth building a strong base of young folks shaping their communities. It was there that he first began working on transportation with the successful Youth Pass campaign, making the connection between accessible transportation for youth and a broader fight for more equitable communities for working-class families. He embodies the mantra “change is made by those most affected”, and hopes to carry on this legacy at Community Labor United, making sure that true coalition is built.

Collique Williams is a long-time Boston-area community organizer, who comes to CLU from the youth organizing sector. Collique began his change-work as a youth organizer at the Boston-area Youth Organizing Project in 2001 and most recently at The City School, where he cut his teeth building a strong base of young folks shaping their communities. It was there that he first began working on transportation with the successful Youth Pass campaign, making the connection between accessible transportation for youth and a broader fight for more equitable communities for working-class families. He embodies the mantra “change is made by those most affected”, and hopes to carry on this legacy at Community Labor United, making sure that true coalition is built.

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www.massclu.org
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