50th Anniversary of The March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom

Dear Friends: On August 28 1963, over  200,000 people took part in The March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom.  The march was one of the largest political rallies for human rights in United States history,  and called for civil and economic rights for African Americans.  It was initiated by A. Philip Randolph, the president of the Brotherhood[…]

Message from Janice Gairey

Dear members, I wanted everyone to know that I have stepped down as CBTU Chapter President effective immediately. Andrea McCormack is now the Acting President for the duration of the term (November 2014). My total confidence is with her and the amazing Executive to continue the collective proactive work that has been the official mandate[…]

Reminder: Book your CBTU Ontario Canada Chapter Fundraising Cruise!

Dear members, Cabins on the CBTU Fundraising cruise are selling out like hot cakes… Time to book your fantastic voyage! Looking for a way to celebrate Black History Month next year? This is the way. Please take note of the information in this flyer and distribute to all who are interested in helping the Chapter[…]