Three-Part Workshop on Race & Labor Begins June 15th

Labor Notes believes in building rank-and-file member-led unions that take militant action in order to build power to take on the boss. If you are a member of a union, or organizing your workplace, and the boss is using race/racism as a way to thwart your organizing efforts, then this workshop is for you!

How does racism show up in our workplaces and our unions? What are some strategies to confront it and build solidarity for a stronger, multiracial labor movement? And what can you say to union siblings who aren’t convinced racial justice has anything to do with union politics?

This online workshop addresses how class and race are inextricably linked, tracing back the origins of “race” as an invention of the ruling class to divide workers. We’ll talk about how to move to strategies of unity.

WHEN: Saturdays, June 15th, June 22nd & June 29th
12:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. Eastern (9:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. Pacific)

Accessibility: Zoom’s automatic captions will be turned on during the session. Please feel free to contact us with other accessibility needs or questions.

If you have any questions or problems signing up, email courtney@labornotes.org.

In solidarity,
Labor Notes

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