The Black community faces a two-dimensional job crisis of unemployment and low-wage work.



This crisis can only be solved by Black workers organizing for power and using their power to change the world

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Campaign Stories

New Report Calls for the Elevation of Black Women’s Leadership in Progressive Organizing and Social Justice Movements

Los Angeles—To close Women’s History Month, the Los Angeles Black Worker Center released a pilot project report, “Black Space...

Worker Stories

Adrienne Scott — LA Black Worker Center

Andrene joined the Los Angeles Black Worker Center (LA BWC) while enrolled at Los Angeles Trade Technical College, Carpenter certif...

Working While Black

Christine Gardner, ONEDC

Urban Farmer, Certified Nurse Assistant, Uber driver, Event Security “$11.50 is not money, so I have to juggle just to make e...
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Action Alerts

Posted on October 7, 2016

Update Executive Order 11246

Sign this Petition to Update Executive Order 11246!! The Black community faces a job crisis of too much unemployment and too many l...
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Publications, Resources

From LA Practice to National Model for Sister Empowerment

The goal of the Black Space for Women project pilot project is to bring together women workers and organizers for a healing space t...

Moving Black Workers into Good Jobs: Using Executive Branch Powers

(This article was co-written by National Black Worker Center Project Executive Director, Tanya Wallace Gobern and Patrisse Cullors-...
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