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About ACLA

About ACLA

The Asian Canadian Labour Alliance (ACLA) is a grassroots collective of community and labour activists.

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Our Times Feature

Our Times Feature

ACLA was featured in Our Times Magazine. Read the entire article here.

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ACLA 20th Year Anniversary Sponsors

ACLA 20th Year Anniversary Sponsors

Thank you to the following unions for sponsoring ACLA's 20th Anniversary Projects and Celebrations

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ACLA BC presents: ASIANS STILL FIGHTING FOR JUSTICE – Celebrating 20 years of the Asian Canadian Labour Alliance

RSVP: https://asiansfighting4justice.eventbrite.ca/  Given the COVID-19 pandemic, rise in white supremacy, and the current political climate where the rich become wealthier while working people continue to suffer, there is an immediate need for Asian workers to come together in a multi-racial struggle towards liberatory justice. What are Asian workers doing to organize their workplaces, unions, and…

Solidarity with 1492 Land Back Lane Land Defenders

The Asian Canadian Labour Alliance (ACLA) stands in solidarity with the 1492 Land Back Lane Land Defenders and allies currently resisting attempts by the Canadian colonial state to forcefully take land that rightfully belongs to the Haudenosaunee people. The Haudenosaunee Land Defenders and their ancestors have lived in this territory since time immemorial and have…

Event – A Conversation about Anti-Blackness: A Dialogue for self-identified East and South East Asians

August 27, 2020 from 4:30-6:00 PM EDT. Register here. ***NOTE: This is a focused webinar discussion organized for community members who self-identify as East and Southeast Asian. Are We Complicit? Join us for a conversation where we’ll be discussing anti-Blackness among East and South East Asian communities and how this can perpetuate anti-Black racism in…

Solidarity with Wet’suwet’en

The Asian Canadian Labour Alliance (ACLA) stands in solidarity with the Wet’suwet’en peoples and allies currently resisting the attempts by the Canadian colonial state to extract natural resources and to infringe on the aspirations and desires of the Wet’suwet’en people’s on their unceded territory by poisoning their land, their water and destroying their way of…

2019 ACLA YEAR END MESSAGE

Dear ACLA Members and Allies,  As we approach the 20th anniversary of the Asian Canadian Labour Alliance, we take this opportunity to reflect on the activism, organizing and resistance that continues across Canada and across the globe. Protests across Asia are putting forth demands for democracy and protests locally have put a clog into the machine…