SEIU 1021

Rescheduled dates for SEIU 1021 AFRAM event with John William Templeton
February is over, but it's not too late to celebrate Black history!


February rained us out, but the AFRAM Committee is thrilled to announce the rescheduled dates for our highly anticipated event series, “The Black Artists Who Sparked Organized Labor,” featuring the esteemed activist, author, and historian John William Templeton.

These talks and historic walks are not only enlightening, but a great opportunity to get to know fellow union members and to get inspired.

The rescheduled dates are:

  • Friday, March 22, 6 p.m.: SEIU 1021’s San Francisco Union Hall, 350 Rhode Island St #100 (Talk)
  • Saturday, March 23, 11 a.m.: San Francisco Maritime Museum (Historic Walk)
  • Saturday, April 6, 11 a.m.: Hyde and Lombard Sts. in San Francisco (Historic Walk)

As Derrick Boutte, the SEIU 1021 AFRAM Committee chairperson, aptly states, “These talks and historic walks are not just opportunities to learn about our rich history, but they are also invaluable moments of solidarity and empowerment. By attending, we honor the legacy of African American labor leaders and activists and strengthen our collective resolve to continue the fight for social and economic justice.”

We invite all members to join us at these inspiring events. Please RSVP here.

Let’s come together, learn about and celebrate our shared heritage, and recommit ourselves to the ongoing struggle for equality.