File maintained while Bernie Grant was an Area Officer for NUPE (National Union of Public Employees) and during his involvement in the Racism Awareness Programme Unit. Papers relate to issues such as ethnic recordkeeping; equal opportunity policies; employment; racism. Includes leaflets re ‘Black Workers and the Trade Unions’, Campaign against Racism and Fascism in Birmingham: Historical Note: this conference helped to bring about the establishment of the Black Trade Unionists Solidarity Movement (BTUSM) in 1981.
File maintained by Bernie Grant as a delegate to this council. Consists of papers relating to issues such as racism, Black peoples and trade unions, equal opportunity in a multi-union workplace. Includes a guide entitled ‘Race and Racism’ and a Trades Union Congress (TUC) workbook on racism which Bernie Grant contributed to. Includes a delegate report submitted by Bernie Grant to the first meeting of the Association of Scientific, Technical and Managerial Staffs (ASTMS) Race Relations National Advisory Council, dated 28 Jan 1984.
Notes reveal Bernie Grant’s objectives re unions and race relations. File is Undated [? c1978 – c.1983].
Includes eg Bernie Grant’s letter of resignation from the Union of Post Office Workers; pay slips and National Union of Public Employees (NUPE) letter.
File maintained by Bernie Grant while Assistant Secretary Deputy Chair: Exchange Rep. London Overseas Telephones no.2 Branch, Union of Post Office Workers, employed by the Post Office in the Garrick International Exchange.