Black Members

UNISON’s Black Members Self Organised Groups have been established to effectively challenge inequality by working together to share concerns and aspirations, including establishing their own priorities. It is important to stress that the group is not associated with any existing employee groups.

However if you are a Black member of UNISON who has experienced racial harassment/discrimination in the workplace or within the community, but have felt that there is no one to talk to for advice and support. Then why not join our group?

We aim to be inclusive of all non white UNISON members. In UNISON, the term Black is used to indicate people with a shared history. Black with a capital ‘B’ is used in its broad political and inclusive sense to describe people in Britain who have suffered colonialism and enslavement in the past and continue to experience racism and diminished opportunities in today’s society.

To read more about why we use the term Black and how we define it click on this link.

Defining Black | Black members equality | UNISON National


Contact the Black Members Officer

Claudette Pryce


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