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Tuesday, June 2, 2020
 
 
Traditionally organized labour has promoted the rights and well being of working people. For workers of colour the struggle often began with being accepted as a member of a union. African Canadian pioneers in organized labour fought for the opportunity to join various unions or form their own. Once African Canadians became union members they worked together to promote fairness and justice in the workplace. For more information please click on the topics listed below:
 
C.A.W. Aboriginal / Workers of Colour Caucus
Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters
Selected Profiles in Organized Labour
 

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