Black Workers Center Meeting

What is a Black Workers Center?

There are countless ways to envision a Black Workers Center (BWC). Because of the staggering economic difficulties that black workers face, we need them to raise their voice, share their stories, and help mold the vision and goals of what a BWC in DC needs to be. To overcome chronic black unemployment and underemployment, we must talk about how race & work intersect while creating spaces where black workers and their allies can create their own opportunities for training, employment, and worker ownership.

We need long-time DC residents. We need long-term unemployed and underemployed workers. We need single parents and returning citizens. We need you. That being said, all are welcome regardless of race to help build the movement for creating a BWC in Washington, DC.

 

  • April 21, 2016 at 6pm – 8pm
  • United Black Fund, 2500 Martin Luther King Jr. Ave SE
    2500 Martin Luther King Jr Ave SE
    Washington, DC 20001
    United States
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  • 47 people are going
  • Jennifer Bryant

    202-232-2915
47 RSVPS
Kendra Allen Nicole Edwards Kenneth Wedge Ronnie Harris Jared Luci Murphy Veda Rajah Clyde Moore Raymond Cox Kelechi Agbakwaru Anthony Royal Michael Caldwell Ollie Green Amanda Jackson Hasan Arnold Brandon Alexander Carrington Glendell Robertson Tangelia (Tangie) Cavanaugh Krieg Rajaram Tony Green Jose Salgado Brandon Dube Phyllissa Bilal Elijah Joy D. R. Bacife Thomas Blanton Margaret Mabry Nkechi Feaster Shirley Johnson warren Stevenson Ronald Leon Hardy Tia Quashie

Will you come?