Saladin Muhammad is Chairperson of Black Workers For Justice
, a worker and community-based organization in North Carolina and an International Rep with the United Electrical Workers Union (UE).
The group making the most headway in organizing the South, the Black Workers for Justice
(BWFJ), confronts the boss in this way even when they have not yet won union recognition, often summoning community support in these confrontations.
Finally, in the South, Black Workers for Justice
is fighting uphill battles without any of the financial infrastructure typical of traditional unions.
We had Fruit of Labor, a singing group formed by Black Workers for Justice
in the Raleigh-Durham area, do our lead-off event.