ACLA in BC Presents Asians Still Fighting for Justice
– Recirculated on behalf of the Asian Canadian Labour Alliance in BC –
ACLA in BC Presents Asians Still Fighting for Justice, Saturday November 14 from 10:00 – 11:30am PST via Zoom.
Given the COVID-19 pandemic, rise in white supremacy, and the current political climate where the rich become wealthier while working people continue to suffer, there is an immediate need for Asian workers to come together in a multi-racial struggle towards liberatory justice. What are Asian workers doing to organize their workplaces, unions, and the broader labour movement? How do intersections of class, race, and gender affect Asian workers organizing in settler-colonial Canada? How do we build an intra-Asian coalition as we fight for justice in the landscape we’re currently in? Celebrate twenty years of the Asian Canadian Labour Alliance in B.C. and join us in conversation as we explore these questions, featuring union leaders and organizers who are advancing worker justice within their communities and beyond.
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Celebrating twenty years of the Asian Canadian Labour Alliance, ACLA in BC still fights for justice today.
Vancouver and District Labour Council