According to Angaza Laughinghouse of Black Workers for Justice, southern states have a lot in common with the third world in their relationship to foreign investment.
What does BWFJ stand for?
BWFJ stands for Black Workers for Justice
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The Black Workers for Justice set up a distribution center at its Workers Center in Rocky Mount, NC, but had to struggle to demand it be recognized as an official center so that it could receive food and supplies from distribution warehouses that were set up by FEMA.
Triangle sponsored a concert by Fruits of Labor, the cultural group of the Black Workers for Justice, in preparation for the International Labor Tribunal to highlight the lack of labor rights around the world.
As with similar organizations as far away as the Black Workers for Justice in North Carolina, the Asian Immigrant Workers Association in San Francisco, the Chinese Staff and Workers Association in New York City, and the Toronto Homeworkers' Association, the idea arose out of conditions that fragmented industries imposed on these workers.