Sep
2
Sun
Membership Meeting
Sep 2 @ 2:30 pm – 4:30 pm

This is our regular schedule monthly membership meeting for all members

January 24, 2018

To All CBTU Members,
Greetings and Happy Black History Month

I would like to thank all of the members for their participation in the 40th Annual
Dr. Martin Luther King Human Rights Awards Banquet. We had 400 unionists and
community members in attendance and we are looking forward to the 41st anniversary in 2019.

The St. Louis Chapter CBTU membership meeting will be held at 5585 Pershing, Sunday, February 4th at 2:30 pm.

Be sure to renew your 2018 Chapter membership. The 47th International Convention of the Coalition of Black Trade Unionists will be held in Orlando, Florida from Wednesday, May 23th to May 28th. Dues must be paid by April 23 to register as a Delegate. So please renew now!

Registration can take place online at CBTU.org, early registration (received by April 6) Delegate/Guest $300, Retiree/Guest $195. Late registration $325 Delegate/Guest, $220 Retiree/Guest.

February is Black History Month and in honor of African Americans rich history in labor and our valuable contributions to the United States, we will pay a 5 minute tribute to the founding fathers of the Coalition of Black Trade Unionists.

Thousands of women marched on Washington DC, St. Louis and cities throughout the country and world. Women are standing up and fighting back. We applaud all the women and St Louis CBTU members who participate in the marches. Women, exercising their First Amendment rights and vowing to challenge the Right-wing Republicans, in the 2018 elections.

“The First Amendment prohibits Congress from obstructing the exercise of certain individual freedoms: freedom of religion, freedom of speech, freedom of the press, freedom of assembly, and right to petition. The amendment guarantees an individual’s right to express opinions and views. It also guarantees an individual’s right to physically gather with a group of people to picket or protest; or associate with others in groups for economic, political or religious purposes.”
The United States Constitution, Wikipedia source.

The Struggle Continues

Jay Ozier, President
CBTU STL
314-435-1752

Sep
23
Sun
CBTU STL UNDER 40 COMMITTEE’S SPADES & DOMINOES TOURNAMENT @ THE COALITION OF BLACK TRADE UNIONISTS
Sep 23 @ 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm

THE COALITION OF BLACK TRADE UNIONISTS ST. LOUIS METRO AREA CHAPTER, UNDER 40 COMMITTEE WOULD LIKE TO INVITE YOU & YOUR FAVORITE PARTNER TO OUR FIRST FUNDRAISER, A SPADES AND DOMINOES TOURNAMENT!!!

IN ORDER TO ORGANIZE EFFECTIVELY, WE NEED TO CONTINUE TO BUILD MOMENTUM AND THE RESOURCES TO DO SO. WITH THAT SAID PLEASE COME OUT AND SUPPORT US ON SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23RD, TOURNAMENT WILL START PROMPTLY AND PARTICIPANTS WILL HAVE 10 MINS TO GET TO THEIR TABLES.

PRICES ARE AS FOLLOWS:
$25 PER TEAM
$15 PER SINGLE PLAYER
$5 FOR SPECTATORS

2 GRAND PRIZES! 50/50 PRIZES AND DRAWINGS! AND LAST BUT NOT LEAST B.Y.O.B.! (SET-UPS WILL BE SOLD)

PLEASE RSVP BY SEPTEMBER 9TH! VIA EMAIL:
CBTUSTL@GMAIL.COM (BE SURE TO INCLUDE NAME AND PARTNER CONTACT INFO IF YOU HAVE ONE)

LOOKING FORWARD TO SEEING WHO THE  TRUE RULERS OF SPADES AND DOMINOES ARE! LET’S GO!

Oct
7
Sun
Membership Meeting
Oct 7 @ 2:30 pm – 4:30 pm

This is our regular schedule monthly membership meeting for all members

January 24, 2018

To All CBTU Members,
Greetings and Happy Black History Month

I would like to thank all of the members for their participation in the 40th Annual
Dr. Martin Luther King Human Rights Awards Banquet. We had 400 unionists and
community members in attendance and we are looking forward to the 41st anniversary in 2019.

The St. Louis Chapter CBTU membership meeting will be held at 5585 Pershing, Sunday, February 4th at 2:30 pm.

Be sure to renew your 2018 Chapter membership. The 47th International Convention of the Coalition of Black Trade Unionists will be held in Orlando, Florida from Wednesday, May 23th to May 28th. Dues must be paid by April 23 to register as a Delegate. So please renew now!

Registration can take place online at CBTU.org, early registration (received by April 6) Delegate/Guest $300, Retiree/Guest $195. Late registration $325 Delegate/Guest, $220 Retiree/Guest.

February is Black History Month and in honor of African Americans rich history in labor and our valuable contributions to the United States, we will pay a 5 minute tribute to the founding fathers of the Coalition of Black Trade Unionists.

Thousands of women marched on Washington DC, St. Louis and cities throughout the country and world. Women are standing up and fighting back. We applaud all the women and St Louis CBTU members who participate in the marches. Women, exercising their First Amendment rights and vowing to challenge the Right-wing Republicans, in the 2018 elections.

“The First Amendment prohibits Congress from obstructing the exercise of certain individual freedoms: freedom of religion, freedom of speech, freedom of the press, freedom of assembly, and right to petition. The amendment guarantees an individual’s right to express opinions and views. It also guarantees an individual’s right to physically gather with a group of people to picket or protest; or associate with others in groups for economic, political or religious purposes.”
The United States Constitution, Wikipedia source.

The Struggle Continues

Jay Ozier, President
CBTU STL
314-435-1752

Oct
20
Sat
31st Annual Ernest & DeVerne Calloway Awards Banquet @ Marriott Grand Hotel
Oct 20 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

You are invited to join us to celebrate the Coalition of Black Trade Unionists (CBTU) Thirty First Annual Ernest and De Verne Calloway Awards Banquet.

When: Friday, October 20, 2017
Where: Marriott Grand Hotel
                800 Washington Avenue St Louis, Missouri 63101
Time: Reception (Cash Bar)   6:00pm
             Dinner and Program     7:00pm

The Awards are given in honor and memory of Ernest and De Verne Calloway. Ernest was the former Director of Education for Teamster’s Local 688 and his wife De Verne was the first female African American State Representative elected to the Missouri Legislature.

The 2016 Awardees are: Petee Talley, Secretary/ Treasurer, Ohio AFL-CIO Martin Matthews, CEO Emeritus – Matthew Dickey Boys & Girls Club and Richard Trumka, President, AFL-CIO

  • Petee Talley, is being honored for outstanding labor, political and community leadership in Ohio and throughout the nation.
  • Martin Matthews, is being recognized for his lifelong commitment and dedication for youth educational and physical development in the St Louis Metro Area.
  • Richard Trumka is being honored for his community support during the Ferguson uprising and leadership in addressing internal and external racial and economic justice issues.

Keynote Speaker: Terry Melvin, International President of the Coalition of Black Trade Unionists and Secretary/Treasurer of the New York AFL-CIO.
Donations for Banquet: $80.00/person and $800/table of ten.
Please make checks payable to:              CBTU
P.O Box 5034
St. Louis MO 63115
314 495-5635

PLEASE R.S.V.P. by October 12, 2017

 The Calloway Awards Ad Book Pricing
Full page   8.5 by 11 inches                               $200.00
Half page  (Horizontal)                                     $110.00
Please email jpeg, office word document or adobe pdf document to Jay Ozier (314) 435-1752 at jayozier@sbcglobal.net, By October 12, 2017

Nov
4
Sun
Membership Meeting
Nov 4 @ 2:30 pm – 4:30 pm

This is our regular schedule monthly membership meeting for all members

January 24, 2018

To All CBTU Members,
Greetings and Happy Black History Month

I would like to thank all of the members for their participation in the 40th Annual
Dr. Martin Luther King Human Rights Awards Banquet. We had 400 unionists and
community members in attendance and we are looking forward to the 41st anniversary in 2019.

The St. Louis Chapter CBTU membership meeting will be held at 5585 Pershing, Sunday, February 4th at 2:30 pm.

Be sure to renew your 2018 Chapter membership. The 47th International Convention of the Coalition of Black Trade Unionists will be held in Orlando, Florida from Wednesday, May 23th to May 28th. Dues must be paid by April 23 to register as a Delegate. So please renew now!

Registration can take place online at CBTU.org, early registration (received by April 6) Delegate/Guest $300, Retiree/Guest $195. Late registration $325 Delegate/Guest, $220 Retiree/Guest.

February is Black History Month and in honor of African Americans rich history in labor and our valuable contributions to the United States, we will pay a 5 minute tribute to the founding fathers of the Coalition of Black Trade Unionists.

Thousands of women marched on Washington DC, St. Louis and cities throughout the country and world. Women are standing up and fighting back. We applaud all the women and St Louis CBTU members who participate in the marches. Women, exercising their First Amendment rights and vowing to challenge the Right-wing Republicans, in the 2018 elections.

“The First Amendment prohibits Congress from obstructing the exercise of certain individual freedoms: freedom of religion, freedom of speech, freedom of the press, freedom of assembly, and right to petition. The amendment guarantees an individual’s right to express opinions and views. It also guarantees an individual’s right to physically gather with a group of people to picket or protest; or associate with others in groups for economic, political or religious purposes.”
The United States Constitution, Wikipedia source.

The Struggle Continues

Jay Ozier, President
CBTU STL
314-435-1752

Dec
2
Sun
Membership Meeting
Dec 2 @ 2:30 pm – 4:30 pm

This is our regular schedule monthly membership meeting for all members

January 24, 2018

To All CBTU Members,
Greetings and Happy Black History Month

I would like to thank all of the members for their participation in the 40th Annual
Dr. Martin Luther King Human Rights Awards Banquet. We had 400 unionists and
community members in attendance and we are looking forward to the 41st anniversary in 2019.

The St. Louis Chapter CBTU membership meeting will be held at 5585 Pershing, Sunday, February 4th at 2:30 pm.

Be sure to renew your 2018 Chapter membership. The 47th International Convention of the Coalition of Black Trade Unionists will be held in Orlando, Florida from Wednesday, May 23th to May 28th. Dues must be paid by April 23 to register as a Delegate. So please renew now!

Registration can take place online at CBTU.org, early registration (received by April 6) Delegate/Guest $300, Retiree/Guest $195. Late registration $325 Delegate/Guest, $220 Retiree/Guest.

February is Black History Month and in honor of African Americans rich history in labor and our valuable contributions to the United States, we will pay a 5 minute tribute to the founding fathers of the Coalition of Black Trade Unionists.

Thousands of women marched on Washington DC, St. Louis and cities throughout the country and world. Women are standing up and fighting back. We applaud all the women and St Louis CBTU members who participate in the marches. Women, exercising their First Amendment rights and vowing to challenge the Right-wing Republicans, in the 2018 elections.

“The First Amendment prohibits Congress from obstructing the exercise of certain individual freedoms: freedom of religion, freedom of speech, freedom of the press, freedom of assembly, and right to petition. The amendment guarantees an individual’s right to express opinions and views. It also guarantees an individual’s right to physically gather with a group of people to picket or protest; or associate with others in groups for economic, political or religious purposes.”
The United States Constitution, Wikipedia source.

The Struggle Continues

Jay Ozier, President
CBTU STL
314-435-1752

Jan
6
Sun
Membership Meeting
Jan 6 @ 2:30 pm – 4:30 pm

This is our regular schedule monthly membership meeting for all members

January 24, 2018

To All CBTU Members,
Greetings and Happy Black History Month

I would like to thank all of the members for their participation in the 40th Annual
Dr. Martin Luther King Human Rights Awards Banquet. We had 400 unionists and
community members in attendance and we are looking forward to the 41st anniversary in 2019.

The St. Louis Chapter CBTU membership meeting will be held at 5585 Pershing, Sunday, February 4th at 2:30 pm.

Be sure to renew your 2018 Chapter membership. The 47th International Convention of the Coalition of Black Trade Unionists will be held in Orlando, Florida from Wednesday, May 23th to May 28th. Dues must be paid by April 23 to register as a Delegate. So please renew now!

Registration can take place online at CBTU.org, early registration (received by April 6) Delegate/Guest $300, Retiree/Guest $195. Late registration $325 Delegate/Guest, $220 Retiree/Guest.

February is Black History Month and in honor of African Americans rich history in labor and our valuable contributions to the United States, we will pay a 5 minute tribute to the founding fathers of the Coalition of Black Trade Unionists.

Thousands of women marched on Washington DC, St. Louis and cities throughout the country and world. Women are standing up and fighting back. We applaud all the women and St Louis CBTU members who participate in the marches. Women, exercising their First Amendment rights and vowing to challenge the Right-wing Republicans, in the 2018 elections.

“The First Amendment prohibits Congress from obstructing the exercise of certain individual freedoms: freedom of religion, freedom of speech, freedom of the press, freedom of assembly, and right to petition. The amendment guarantees an individual’s right to express opinions and views. It also guarantees an individual’s right to physically gather with a group of people to picket or protest; or associate with others in groups for economic, political or religious purposes.”
The United States Constitution, Wikipedia source.

The Struggle Continues

Jay Ozier, President
CBTU STL
314-435-1752

Feb
3
Sun
Membership Meeting
Feb 3 @ 2:30 pm – 4:30 pm

This is our regular schedule monthly membership meeting for all members

January 24, 2018

To All CBTU Members,
Greetings and Happy Black History Month

I would like to thank all of the members for their participation in the 40th Annual
Dr. Martin Luther King Human Rights Awards Banquet. We had 400 unionists and
community members in attendance and we are looking forward to the 41st anniversary in 2019.

The St. Louis Chapter CBTU membership meeting will be held at 5585 Pershing, Sunday, February 4th at 2:30 pm.

Be sure to renew your 2018 Chapter membership. The 47th International Convention of the Coalition of Black Trade Unionists will be held in Orlando, Florida from Wednesday, May 23th to May 28th. Dues must be paid by April 23 to register as a Delegate. So please renew now!

Registration can take place online at CBTU.org, early registration (received by April 6) Delegate/Guest $300, Retiree/Guest $195. Late registration $325 Delegate/Guest, $220 Retiree/Guest.

February is Black History Month and in honor of African Americans rich history in labor and our valuable contributions to the United States, we will pay a 5 minute tribute to the founding fathers of the Coalition of Black Trade Unionists.

Thousands of women marched on Washington DC, St. Louis and cities throughout the country and world. Women are standing up and fighting back. We applaud all the women and St Louis CBTU members who participate in the marches. Women, exercising their First Amendment rights and vowing to challenge the Right-wing Republicans, in the 2018 elections.

“The First Amendment prohibits Congress from obstructing the exercise of certain individual freedoms: freedom of religion, freedom of speech, freedom of the press, freedom of assembly, and right to petition. The amendment guarantees an individual’s right to express opinions and views. It also guarantees an individual’s right to physically gather with a group of people to picket or protest; or associate with others in groups for economic, political or religious purposes.”
The United States Constitution, Wikipedia source.

The Struggle Continues

Jay Ozier, President
CBTU STL
314-435-1752

Mar
3
Sun
Membership Meeting
Mar 3 @ 2:30 pm – 4:30 pm

This is our regular schedule monthly membership meeting for all members

January 24, 2018

To All CBTU Members,
Greetings and Happy Black History Month

I would like to thank all of the members for their participation in the 40th Annual
Dr. Martin Luther King Human Rights Awards Banquet. We had 400 unionists and
community members in attendance and we are looking forward to the 41st anniversary in 2019.

The St. Louis Chapter CBTU membership meeting will be held at 5585 Pershing, Sunday, February 4th at 2:30 pm.

Be sure to renew your 2018 Chapter membership. The 47th International Convention of the Coalition of Black Trade Unionists will be held in Orlando, Florida from Wednesday, May 23th to May 28th. Dues must be paid by April 23 to register as a Delegate. So please renew now!

Registration can take place online at CBTU.org, early registration (received by April 6) Delegate/Guest $300, Retiree/Guest $195. Late registration $325 Delegate/Guest, $220 Retiree/Guest.

February is Black History Month and in honor of African Americans rich history in labor and our valuable contributions to the United States, we will pay a 5 minute tribute to the founding fathers of the Coalition of Black Trade Unionists.

Thousands of women marched on Washington DC, St. Louis and cities throughout the country and world. Women are standing up and fighting back. We applaud all the women and St Louis CBTU members who participate in the marches. Women, exercising their First Amendment rights and vowing to challenge the Right-wing Republicans, in the 2018 elections.

“The First Amendment prohibits Congress from obstructing the exercise of certain individual freedoms: freedom of religion, freedom of speech, freedom of the press, freedom of assembly, and right to petition. The amendment guarantees an individual’s right to express opinions and views. It also guarantees an individual’s right to physically gather with a group of people to picket or protest; or associate with others in groups for economic, political or religious purposes.”
The United States Constitution, Wikipedia source.

The Struggle Continues

Jay Ozier, President
CBTU STL
314-435-1752

Apr
7
Sun
Membership Meeting
Apr 7 @ 2:30 pm – 4:30 pm

This is our regular schedule monthly membership meeting for all members

January 24, 2018

To All CBTU Members,
Greetings and Happy Black History Month

I would like to thank all of the members for their participation in the 40th Annual
Dr. Martin Luther King Human Rights Awards Banquet. We had 400 unionists and
community members in attendance and we are looking forward to the 41st anniversary in 2019.

The St. Louis Chapter CBTU membership meeting will be held at 5585 Pershing, Sunday, February 4th at 2:30 pm.

Be sure to renew your 2018 Chapter membership. The 47th International Convention of the Coalition of Black Trade Unionists will be held in Orlando, Florida from Wednesday, May 23th to May 28th. Dues must be paid by April 23 to register as a Delegate. So please renew now!

Registration can take place online at CBTU.org, early registration (received by April 6) Delegate/Guest $300, Retiree/Guest $195. Late registration $325 Delegate/Guest, $220 Retiree/Guest.

February is Black History Month and in honor of African Americans rich history in labor and our valuable contributions to the United States, we will pay a 5 minute tribute to the founding fathers of the Coalition of Black Trade Unionists.

Thousands of women marched on Washington DC, St. Louis and cities throughout the country and world. Women are standing up and fighting back. We applaud all the women and St Louis CBTU members who participate in the marches. Women, exercising their First Amendment rights and vowing to challenge the Right-wing Republicans, in the 2018 elections.

“The First Amendment prohibits Congress from obstructing the exercise of certain individual freedoms: freedom of religion, freedom of speech, freedom of the press, freedom of assembly, and right to petition. The amendment guarantees an individual’s right to express opinions and views. It also guarantees an individual’s right to physically gather with a group of people to picket or protest; or associate with others in groups for economic, political or religious purposes.”
The United States Constitution, Wikipedia source.

The Struggle Continues

Jay Ozier, President
CBTU STL
314-435-1752