Welcome to the Northern California Coalition of Black Trade Unionists

The NCCBTU is part of the Western Region of the national Coaliton of Black Trade Unionists.

We meet on
the first Thursday
of every month
6:00 pm at
900 66th Ave
Oakland CA 94621

Email:
northern.ca.cbtu@att.net

Facebook:
CBTU-Northern California Chapter

Site Favorites

CBTU National Website

Teamsters Joint Council 7

Teamsters Local 853

IBEW Local 6

AFSCME Council 57

LIUNA Local 261

APRI

IUPAT District Council 16

IBEW Local 1245

IBEW-EWMC

 

Thank You

CBTU is 1 of 6 under-funded, under-supported AFL-CIO constituency groups. We are the community partner with a focus on labor. Constituency groups bring a perspective and a voice that is usually ignored in the labor movement because of its racist past and present.

Thank you to the following Labor Unions and Supporters that made our Scholarship Awards dinner's success.

AMAW
APWU
CWA 9400, 9412, District 9
IATSE 107
IBEW I/O, 6
IBB 549
ILWU, District 9
UFCW 
USW 5
UNITE HERE 10 
TEAMSTERS 853
AFSCME Council 57, 2620, 2019
ALAMEDA CLC
FRESNO MADERA TULARE CLC
CONTRA COSTA CLC 
SAN FRANCISCO CLC 
CAL LABOR FED
ELIPSE ELECTRIC 
BAIN GROUP
R&I GLASSWORK
EBASE 
KAISER 
A's
CBTU CARAT TEAM,
REFION 10
Peugeot sound chapter 
ADOS OAKLAND 
FRESHER
BUILDING LABOR RELATIONS CUBA 

Click the link below to donate to the
Northern California Coalition of Black Trade Unionists Scholarship Fund
.

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About the Northern California Coalition of Black Trade Unionists

Now in our 41st year, we are still following in the footsteps of our chapter founder, Geraldine M. Johnson: that is, we are serving as the independent voice of Black Labor.

Our work could not have been possible without the involvement, support and work from our unions, as well as community-based and faith-based organizations. Below are some examples of our collaborations:

  • For these past couple of years in both the East Bay and San Francisco, we have worked to gain Local Hire.
  • We have worked with the NAACP to bring quality education to our students.
  • We worked together with the Baptist Church to help mobilize the seniors in the community to get out the vote.
  • Our Community Action and Response Against Toxic (CARAT) Team trained the students of the Cypress Mandela Training Center in both Toxic Awareness and Cardiovascular Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) .