OFL - 2022 – African Liberation and Black History Month Legacy Series

Faduma Mohamed, Executive Director of Labour Community Services is recognized by The Coalition of Black Trade Unionists Canada (CBTU) and the Ontario Federation of Labour (OFL) for her "unwavering commitment to end anti-Black racism, Islamophobia, and racial inequity in all its forms." Continue reading below:

MOBILIZING FOR AN END TO STRUCTURAL ANTI-BLACK RACISM ACROSS ONTARIO

The Coalition of Black Trade Unionists Canada (CBTU) and the Ontario Federation of Labour (OFL) are celebrating African Liberation and Black History Month by launching our fourth annual Legacies of Labour and Community Activism poster series.

The Legacies series honours the historical achievements of African Canadians and features the ongoing contributions of activists in the Black community.

Generations of justice activists like Faduma Mohamed are recognized for their unwavering commitment to end anti-Black racism, Islamophobia, and racial inequity in all its forms.

This African Liberation and Black History Month, and every month – we must all commit to continuing our work toward Black liberation, social justice, and equity for all.

Download the 11×17 printable poster

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This year’s poster in the Legacies of Labour and Community Activism series honours Faduma Mohamed.

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