Black Worker Town Hall
HHS Building, 1st Floor
2500 W North Ave
Local workers, students, activists, unions, and community leaders will gather on Monday, January 16th (MLK Day) at Coppin State University for the launch of the Baltimore Black Worker Center. You won't want to miss this important gathering and commemoration of Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.'s fight for the rights of working class people.
The Baltimore Black Worker Center will release the first installment in a series of reports entitled, "The State of Black Workers in Baltimore."
Black folk in Baltimore and across the country are confronted everyday by the dual jobs crisis of (1) unemployment/underemployment and (2) the lack of quality jobs. Black women, youth, and LGBTQ members of our community face particular challenges in the workplace and throughout our communities. We invite you to share your testimony on what it means to be working while Black in Baltimore.
Let's organize together to build Black worker power in the workplace and throughout our city. Get updates on the work and how you can get involved. Join us in growing a Black worker led movement in Baltimore, today!
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