Race and Labor training examines the history of racism and racism in the labor movement, including racial oppression and discrimination at the workplace. The workshop also covers the different manifestations of racism and how our employers use racism to divide strategically weaken workers and their unions. This program offers various strategies and tactics that can be used to interrupt

 oppressive moments. This interactive and discussion based training gives members tools and resources to fight discrimination at work and win equity for all ATU members.


ATU speaks up for JUSTICE for ALL!





The Man with a Purpose

"Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere. We are caught in an inescapable network of mutuality, tied in a single garment of destiny. Whatever affects one directly, affects all indirectly."
Letter from Birmingham, Alabama jail, April 16, 1963.

Local 1546 Signed up LSU Drivers and at Louisiana Capitol                   Women of Action, ATU NOLA joined with BVM Voting Canvassing

WOA canvassing with youth and BVM
Local 1546 Finance Secretary Yvette talking with new member. LSU Driver
WOA Supporter waiving signs getting people to vote
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Local 1546 Executives with SCLC President of New Orleans, Dr. Levon Leban

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Local 1546 Executive with Louisiana NAACP President Dr. Michael McClananhan

WOA with Youth canvassing for BVM
Local 1546 President George talking with new member, LSU Driver

Local 1546 signed LSU Drivers into Local 1546

Local 1546 Vice-President Chavez talking with LSU Driver

ATU Family Together in Unity

ATU Family

Labor Family Working together getting the job done

ATU Speak Up, Stand Up, Show Up for "JUSTICE"

ATU Local 689

Fight Back Song


ATU Black Caucus Members ATU-IVP and ATU-IEFS