On March 21, 2018, the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination, Unifor will join others in recognizing the ongoing oppression facing Indigenous and people of colour. Please click here for more information and a statement from Unifor National.
Please read statement from Unifor National March 21, 2018 Too many Indigenous people and black Canadians have been denied justice in the last year alone, and this is a historical problem that is rooted in racism. Colten Boushie, Tina Fontaine, Abdoul Abdi, Ebrahim Toure, and Mavis Korkor Lamyoh. These are the names of just a few of the Indigenous and people of color who have become victims and survivors of Canada’s justice system this last year. Unifor states the names of these individuals to recognize and give voice to the daily lived experiences of racism. Our union joins a growing number of people in remembering these stories and will honour their experience by demanding justice in what is Canada’s unequal criminal justice system. The union also rejects the criminalization of immigratio...
Statement from Unifor National- Unifor Statement in support of Black History Month 2018
Please be advised a Vigil for the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Peoples will be held in London on Saturday, January 20th, 2018 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. on the corner of Central Avenue and Richmond Street, downtown London. Please encourage as many as possible to come out and participate. London Vigil 2018