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From the BIPOC Steering Panel of the Local 764 Social Justice Task Force: Engagement!

Posted on August 27, 2020

Local 764 Social Justice Task Force
As mentioned at our initial Listening Session, and at subsequent Online Forums, Local 764 has formed a Social Justice Task Force.  The first initiative of this Task Force is to begin to address Racial Inequity and Discrimination.

The Local 764 BIPOC Steering Panel has been working on Tools for members to engage on the topics of Racial Equity, Racialized Behaviors and contributing to Local 764 as an Anti-Racist Organization.

The boxes below have information on:

  • Virtual March On Washington
  • Local 764 21 Day Racial Equity Challenge
  • Voter Registration

Thanks to all for your participation!

The BIPOC Steering Panel of the Local 764 Social Justice Task Force
Yleana Nuñez, Lead Member
Kimberly Butler-Gilkeson
Jill Flowers
Rhonney Greene
Michael Harrell Carmia Marshall-David
Malcolm Phipps


Thursday August 27th – Friday August 28th, 2020
The 2020 March on Washington will restore and recommit to the dream Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Defined in 1963.  

Go to www.2020march.com or text POWER to 40649! 

Thursday, August 27, 8 PM ET

  • Opening Remarks
  • Lift Every Voice
  • Reflections, Greetings, Remarks
  • Musical Performance
  • Panel Discussion

Friday, August 28, 11 AM ET

  • Live Stream Commitment March

Friday, August 28, 9 PM ET

  • Commitment March Highlights
  • Musical Performance
  • Keynote 

Local 764 21 Day Racial Equity Challenge
  Over the next 21 days we will embark on a journey to expand our understanding how race, power, oppression, supremacy and privilege are weaponized to create divisive intersections in our daily lives.  This 21 day challenge was created by Eddie Moore, Jr., an established diversity and inclusion advocacy expert.  

Our challenge will be curated from selections on our Racial Equity Resource List that will be posted on the Local 764 website.  Each day has a different article, essay, podcast or weblink to read/view (typically taking 15-30 minutes), over the next 21 consecutive days.  It has been intentionally crafted to focus on the Black American experience and the tenets of Anti-Racism. The assignments seek to expose participants to perspectives on elements of Black history, identity and culture, and to the Black community’s experience of racism in America. They will as well as provide a beginning context on the prevalence of white privilege and white supremacy in our American society.

The 21 days begin on Monday August 31st and will end on Sunday September 20.  We encourage all members participating to share their thoughts on the daily assignments in the “Chat” section of the posts on  the 764 website. 
We also encourage members to sign up for a LinkedIn Learning account through the Training Trust Fund in order to view one of the assignments later in the challenge. (https://static1.squarespace.com/static/527be30ee4b0233cbd8b056d/t/5e1fa3c7f5403e49cd7f7dee/1579131849276/LinkedIn+Learning+Subscription+Application+2020.pdf)

Please look for the initial post on the Local 764 Website (to be posted on our about Friday August 28th) with resources and information!  

You can also request that information be emailed to you daily by emailing [email protected].

The NAACP has reached out directly to Local 764 to mobilize our membership in their initiative to contact Black voters and encourage them to vote in the upcoming election.

The BIPOC Steering Panel has endorsed this initiative, and encourages all members to sign up!


All you need to do is register, and the NAACP will provide you will the tools you need to volunteer.

This initiative will be part of Local 764’s on-going GOTV work leading up to the November elections!

The Mayor’s Office of Media and Entertainment (MOME) and the New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) are proud to announce that Steiner Studios has been selected to develop a 500,000-square-foot film and television production hub on the Made in New York Campus at Bush Terminal in Sunset Park. The facilities will include eight new soundstages, gut-renovations of two historic buildings, and a new parking facility. Steiner will complete the adjacent Bush Terminal Piers Park and build a new playground designed with community input. By expanding production capacity and investing in skilled job training and talent development programs, the new production hub affirms our commitment to increasing access and opportunities for New Yorkers in the film and television industry and strengthens the City’s role as a center for film and television production.