Stewart Acuff

Sep 29

Henry Nicholas: A Story of Leadership, Vision, Courage & Compassion

President Henry Nicolas stands as an icon and a hero of America’s struggle for justice for the last 50 years. But it wasn’t always the case. Born on a cotton plantation in Mississippi, the son

Aug 29

Labor Day 2014

Monday is our day when labor is celebrated, or at least given lip service in the United States. For those of us who are committed to organized labor, social and economic justice, and defeating the

May 23

The Real Dr. King: My New mini e-Book!

In honor of the Coalition of Black Trade Unionists having their annual convention in Atlanta Memorial Day weekend, I’ve created a free mini e-Book called The Real Dr. King that I want to give

May 8

A. Philip Randolph: A Remarkable Man

I had the pleasure and the privilege of speaking at the Michigan A. Philip Randolph awards at Michigan State at the invitation of my dear sister and great trade unionist, Anita Dawon, President of

Mar 7

A Passion for Compassion, the Defiance of Despair

“A religious man is a person who holds God and man in one thought at one time, at all times, who suffers harm done to others, whose greatest passion is compassion, whose greatest strength

Feb 16

Henry Nicholas: A Living Legend

As I wrote in an earlier piece, Henry Nicholas was one of the African-American leaders most involved in connecting the labor movement with the civil rights movement in a real, tangible way; in a

Feb 14

A Meditation on Love

Love is of God God is Love Love does not judge Love knows that I could be in the shoes of Anyone but for the Grace of God Love is free Love brings light and freedom The love of brothers and

Feb 12

African-American History Month: Legendary Labor Leader Henry Nicholas

I am very blessed to be the national organizing director for 1199, the union headed by legendary African-American labor leader, organizer, and icon of struggle President Henry Nicholas. I just talked with him about

Feb 11

Lifting Up Our Highest Moral and Constitutional Values

Rev. William Barber, the originator and leader of Moral Mondays in North Carolina said, “We must not allow the extremists to occupy the moral and constitutional high ground. We must lift up our highest

Feb 10
My recent speech at the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Celebration!Play

My recent speech at the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Celebration!

I recently had the privilege of speaking at the United Campus Workers’ Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration in Knoxville, TN. Check out my speech from the event

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