- The history of BWFJ has shaped its anti-capitalist vision and program around questions of democracy, social and economic justice, human rights, women's equality and international solidarity as fundamental pillars for a radical social transformation and a new society.
Malcolm X conference
A conference, Malcolm X: Radical Tradition and a Legacy of Struggle was held in New York City, November 14 1990.
The "Does the Southern Struggle Still Exist?" panel consisted of;
- Saladin Muhammad, Black Workers for Justice (Rocky Mount, North Carolina)
Black Radical Congress
At the 1998 Black Radical Congress in Chicago, a panel was convened on "Black Radicalism, Black Workers and Today's Labor Movement"
Center for Labor Renewal
Labor for Palestine
On December 14, 2009 Labor for Palestine released an "Open Letter from U.S. Trade Unionists to AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka: Boycott Apartheid Israel".