2022 NATIONAL CAP CONFERENCE, National Harbor, MD, MAY 15-18
2022 National CAP Conference Regional Breakfast Rooms
|Region 1||Baltimore 1-2|
|Region 1A||Chesapeake 4-5-6|
|Region 1D||Baltimore 3-4-5|
|Region 2B||Woodrow Wilson A|
|Region 4||Annapolis 3-4|
|Region 8||Woodrow Wilson C-D|
|Region 9||Chesapeake 1-2-3|
|Region 9A||Chesapeake 11-12|
THINGS TO DO – POINTS OF INTEREST
The Washington metropolitan area is rich with history, labor history and culture. Here are a few recommendations with labor-related, or labor-represented attractions for you to consider.
American Veterans Disabled for Life Monument
150 Washington Avenue Southwest
Washington, DC 20024 – Represented by AFGE Local 25, Council 1
Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial
1850 West Basin Drive Southwest
Washington, DC 20242 – Represented by NTEU
Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial
1964 Independence Avenue Southwest
Washington, DC 20227– Represented by NTEU
Labor Hall of Fame
200 Constitution Ave., NW
Washington, DC. 20001
The Hall was established in 1988 to honor those Americans whose distinctive contributions in the field of labor have elevated working conditions, wages, and overall quality of life of America’s working families. Learn more >>>
Smithsonian National Museum of American History
1300 Constitution Avenue Northwest
Washington, DC 20560 – Represented by UNITE HERE! Local 23
- America on the Move – This major exhibition examines how transportation—from 1876 to 1999—has shaped our American identity from a mostly rural nation into a major economic power, forged a sense of national unity, delivered consumer abundance, and encouraged a degree of social and economic mobility unlike that of any other nation of the world.
- American Democracy: A Great Leap of Faith explores the history of citizen participation, debate, and compromise from the nation’s formation to today.
U.S. Botanic Garden
100 Maryland Avenue Southwest
Washington, DC 20002 – Represented by AFSCME, UNITE HERE! Local 23
Lincoln’s Cottage – More info at the website here: https://www.lincolncottage.org/
President Lincoln’s Cottage is a historic site and museum located on a 250-acre campus in Northwest Washington, D.C.
AFL-CIO HQ/Black Lives Matter Plaza – MURAL
16th Street NW between H & I streets just in front of Lafayette Park
National Museum of African American History and Culture
The National Museum of African American History and Culture is the only national museum devoted exclusively to the documentation of African American life, history, and culture. It was established by an Act of Congress in 2003, following decades of efforts to promote and highlight the contributions of African Americans.
Samuel Gompers Memorial — park at 11th St. & Massachusetts Ave. NW
The Samuel Gompers Memorial Park is a municipal park located near Mount Vernon Square in Washington, DC, USA. It is the site of the Samuel Gompers Memorial, a bronze statue in Washington, D.C., listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Many of the union hotels also have restaurants that are union-represented.
101 MGM National Avenue
Forest Heights, MD 20745
$$$ – Asian – UNITE HERE! Local 25
Rare Steakhouse and Tavern
1595 I St NW,
Washington, DC 20005
$$$ – Steakhouse – UNITE HERE! Local 25
Charlie Palmer Steak
101 Constitution Ave. NW,
Washington, DC 20001
$$$$ – Steak house – UNITE HERE! Local 25
Dining at the hotel and conference Center
Old Hickory Steakhouse
Potomac District Café & Market
POSE Rooftop Lounge
Belvedere Lobby Bar
Discover more union-represented dining options: https://labor411.org/listing-region/washington-dc/
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