Black and ethnic minority members

Black and ethnic minority RMT members are organising for equality and against racism. 



National Black & Ethnic Minority Members' Advisory Committee - who represents us?

The following members have been elected to represent the London Transport region on RMT's National Black & Ethnic Minority Members' Advisory Committee:

  • Clara Osagiede, Camden 3 branch
  • Snhesh Datta, Central Line West branch
  • Frank Murray, LU Engineering branch
  • Bobby Bennett, Finsbury Park branch
  • Carol Foster, TfL no.1 branch

Film show: Duke Vin and the Birth of Ska

RMT presents Private Screening @ Bernie Grant Arts Centre Town Hall Approach Road, Tottenham Green N15 4RX (Nearest Tube: Seven Sisters)


Email: Tel: 07538 650 286 (PLEASE leave your name + contact details)

A film inspired by the record shops and their unfair demise, whilst championing those like Daddy Vego, Duke Vin, Count Suckle, sound systems and other sources never ever forgotten.

This film has been designed to inspire. Educate. Note history!

Workshop: Writing Resolutions for RMT Equalities Conferences

Venue: Unity House

Within the next few months, RMT will hold conferences for young members, women members, black and ethnic minority members, and lesbian/gay/bisexual/transgender members.

Members put issues on the agendas of these conferences by getting their branch to submit a resolution. But that can be a bit daunting, so the Regional Council is holding a workshop on how to write resolutions. We will discuss the issues that these groups of members face at work and in wider society, and learn the practicalities of putting it down on paper as a resolution.

Report: RMT Black and Ethnic Minority Members' Conference

Report by Glenroy Watson. The conference took place on Monday 16th and Tuesday 17th March 2009.

Conference opened without our Chair, elected at last year’s conference and as a result I was elected to Chair this year's conference in direct contradiction of our ‘own’ standing orders. More about that, later.

Conference was again well attended, but could have been better.