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:
@CBTUNCC

Twitter:
@CbtuNorthern

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Join Us for the Juneteenth Caravan
on June 27 at 9am

CBTU Co-sponsors
Racial Justice Resolution

The Northern California chapter of the Coalition of Black Trade Unionists joins together with chapters of the A. Phillip Randolph Institute, the Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance, the Coalition of Labor Union Women, the Labor Council for Latin American Advancement, OPE Local 29, the California Progressive Alliance, and the Alameda Central Labor Council to sponsor a Racial Justice Resolution.

Click here to read the resolution.

Click here to add your name in support of the resolution.

See pictures from the 2020 Awards Dinner

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) .