February is Black History Month

February 15, 2022

February is Black History Month and Canada’s unions are marking Black History Month by calling for long-term, concrete government action to address systemic labour market discrimination and disadvantages faced by Black workers.

Read the full Canadian Labour Congress statement here.  

There are multiple ways to get involved, take action and to learn!

On February 23rd the CLC is hosting a virtual text rally – join us as we mobilize thousands of Canadians to take meaningful action against anti-Black racism. RSVP here! 

Send a letter to your MP! Black workers and communities face ongoing systemic anti-Black racism. Tell Ottawa we need government action to combat and eradicate it.

Hear directly from Black Labour leaders on the importance of recognizing both the contributions and struggles of Black communities in this country. Learn here!

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