Black Labor Day Automobile Parade

The National Black Worker Center (NBWC) is partnering with North Carolina Black Leadership and Organizing Collective (NCBLOC) in a collective week of action. Together we invite you to join our Raleigh/Durham Black Labor Day auto parade. Oftentimes we look at Labor Day as a time to relax and cook out. This year we are celebrating […]

#WeReady Black Labor Day Social Media Storm

Join the National Black Worker Center (NBWC) on September 7, 2020 as we pay tribute to Black workers through our fourth annual Black Labor Day social media storm.

Black Womxn Demands, A Dialogue Series

Join us on #BlackLaborDay with Crunk Feminist Collective! This series calls Black womxn activists, trade unionists, feminists, leaders and scholars into dialogue with one another to discuss current demands for economic, racial, gender and LGBTQ & justice for Black people and others.

The Case for Reparations and HR-40:

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The Institute of the Black World 21st Century (IBW21) in collaboration with the National African American Reparations Commission (NAARC) presents a Black Labor Day Forum: “The Theft of Black Labor and Extraction of Black Wealth: How the Exploitation and Oppression of Black People Built Capitalist America – The Case for Reparations and HR-40”. Location: Twitter, […]

The Color of Labor: A Long-overdue Conversation

Join Next100 and the National Black Worker Center for a long-overdue conversation about what is needed for systemic change and to build an economy and society that benefits all workers. We will discuss the state of labor today, including what it means to organize in a time of crises and in the run-up to the 2020 elections, and why Black workers and women of color in particular, are key to progressive movements and the broader fight for racial justice.

Black Worker Launch Party

All work and No Play is not what’s up! Join us on the NBWC virtual dance floor and move your body as DJ Tobais works his turntable magic, spoken word poets spit for the movement and artist LA Chesson, uses this inspiration to create Sonofsimba works of art.