Justice for Black workers and communities

Black workers continue to face anti-Black racism in our workplaces, in our unions and in society. Anti-Black racism and discrimination happen year round, so one month just isn’t enough to address them.

Building an anti-racist labour movement means honouring, supporting and being in solidarity with Black workers and communities 365 days a year.

A stronger, more diverse and equitable labour movement requires all of us working together to fight for real changes that address the longstanding and deepening inequities faced by Black workers and communities across Canada.

Be part of the change. Take action today.

Here's how to get involved this Black History Month:

On February 23, the CLC organized a text rally to mobilize supporters across the country to get involved in the fight for racial justice.

Watch the recap

Black workers and communities face ongoing systemic anti-Black racism. Tell Ottawa we need government action to combat and eradicate it.

Send a letter to your MP

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

Click here to watch