CBTU’s 42nd Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Human Rights Awards banquet to honor individuals’ contributions to community, Organized Labor

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Event is Monday, Jan. 20

KIM GARDNER, St. Louis Circuit Attorney, will provide the keynote address at this year’s banquet, which also marks the 35th observation of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday as a national holiday. – Wiley Price / St. Louis American photo
LEW MOYE, president emeritus, CBTU St. Louis Chapter, told St. Louis Labor Council delegates: “We give our awards to individuals who we feel are making contributions to the community and Organized Labor in the tradition of Dr. King.” – Labor Tribune photo

Two union presidents and a local Labor organizer will be honored at the Coalition of Black Trade Unionists (CBTU) St. Louis Chapter’s 42nd Annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Human Rights Award Banquet on Monday, Jan. 20.

The event, which includes dinner, will be held at Sheet Metal Workers Local 36 Union Hall at 2319 Chouteau Ave. in St. Louis. Doors will open 5:30 p.m., and the program will begin at 6 p.m.

St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner will provide the keynote address at this year’s event, which also marks the 35th observation of Dr. King’s birthday as a national holiday.

“We give our awards to individuals who we feel are making contributions to the community and Organized Labor in the tradition of Dr. King,” Lew Moye, president emeritus, CBTU St. Louis Chapter, told delegates of the Greater St. Louis Labor Council.

HONOREES
This year’s honorees include:
Natashia Pickens, president of CWA Local 6355.
Ronny Griffin, president and business representative for Laborers Local 110.
Stanley Jackson, organizer and leader for the “Fight for $15 and a Union.”

DONATIONS AND SPONSORSHIPS
Banquet donations are $45 per person or $450 for a table of 10. Make checks payable to CBTU, P.O. Box 5034, St. Louis, Mo. For ticket information, contact President Emeritus Lew Moye at 314-495-5635.


 

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