Worker Justice University

The 3 sessions of the Worker Justice University (WJU) includes workshops, trainings and networking sessions that develop participants’ skills for advocacy, developing action campaigns, and their confidence and ability to play leadership roles in their union and community in 2012 and beyond. WJU is modeled after the UCLA Labor Center’s African American Union Leadership School (AAULS), organized in 2002 to develop emerging leaders from unions representing different industries across Los Angeles.

LA BWC develops organized power and grassroots leaders who strengthen all of Los Angeles by advancing economic and racial justice for Black workers and the families that rely on them.