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Delivering meals to frontline workers, CBTU and Déjà Vu Café II...

By TIM ROWDEN Editor Déjà Vu Café II and the Coalition of Black Trade Unionists (CBTU) St. Louis Chapter are continuing their tireless effort to provide...

CBTU, Déjà Vu Café II delivering hot meals to frontline workers

By TIM ROWDEN Editor North St. Louis County – Crises have a way of bringing out the best in people. When all the world seams bleakest,...

CBTU St. Louis Chapter sponsoring 41st Annual Dr. Martin Luther King...

The Coalition of Black Trade Unionists (CBTU) St Louis Chapter will host its 41st Annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr Human Rights Award Banquet...

CBTU’s 40th Annual MLK Human Rights Awards Banquet is Monday, Jan....

The Coalition of Black Trade Unionists (CBTU) St Louis Chapter will celebrate its 40th Annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Human Rights Award Banquet...

CBTU honors Labor, civil rights, community leaders at Ernest and...

By TIM ROWDEN Editor Richard Trumka, president of the national AFL-CIO; Pierette “Petee” Talley, secretary-treasurer of the Ohio AFL-CIO; and Martin Mathews, co-founder and president emeritus...

CBTU hosting 31st Annual Ernest & De Verne Calloway Awards Banquet...

The Coalition of Black Trade Unionists (CBTU) St. Louis Chapter will celebrate the 31st Annual Ernest and De Verne Calloway Awards Banquet on Friday,...

Coalition of Black Trade Unionists honors Cross, Rogers

By TIM ROWDEN Editor Service Employees International Union (SEIU) Local 1 Vice President Nancy Cross and Jamala Rogers, author and president emeritus of the Organization for...

CBTU hosting 30th Annual Ernest & De Verne Calloway Awards Banquet

By TIM ROWDEN Editor The Coalition of Black Trade Unionists (CBTU) will celebrate the 30th Annual Ernest and De Verne Calloway Awards Banquet Saturday, Oct. 22,...

‘A Future for Workers’ symposium focuses on race and the Labor...

Some 160 union members and community activists gathered at Laborers Local 42 Feb. 27 for an AFL-CIO and CBTU Black History Month Symposium called...
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