For African Liberation and Black History Month we are joining the OFL to launch the third annual Legacies of Labour and Community Activism poster series. This year’s poster honours CBTU’s own Megan Whitfield, who left us way too soon. We love you sistren. Learn more about the poster series & take action at: https://ofl.ca/2021-legacy-series-megan-whitfield/
Dear CBTU Members, Please see the attached Notice of Passing information regarding Sister Megan Whitfield. As we receive more information, we will be sure to pass it on. Our thoughts and prayers of strength are with the family at this time.
Greetings members, Hope your week has gone well! Firstly, I want to say thank you for your commitment to the work of CBTU. We have been doing really good work and we will continue to organize our political influence. We still have work to do – and as Rosemary Brown says, “We must open the Read more about Thank You and New Chapter Executive Board Introduction[…]
A delegation of 19 members were in attendance at the Region 1 Conference out of an approximate 120 total participants. Marie Clarke-Walker, Isabelle Miller, Holmann Richard, and Chris Wilson were all speakers/panellists bringing the Canadian perspective to the Women’s, Men’s, and Strategy sections of the conference. Yolanda McLean and Megan Whitfield assisted newly-acclaimed first-ever female Read more about Region 1 Conference in New Jersey Well Attended[…]