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Black History Month Profiles: Wilfred Arceneaux



This year, for Black History Month, we're looking at a group of leaders who are currently active in making Black history across the labor movement. Check back for a new profile and meet some of the people working to improve the conditions for working people in our community and across the country. Today's profile is Wilfred Arceneaux.

Wilfred Arceneaux is a server at the Atlanta Airport and an LGBTQ advocate. He canvassed in Atlanta as part of UNITE HERE's Take Back the Senate campaign to elect labor-endorsed candidates to the U.S. Senate. About the experience, he said: "I really, really understood what the union is all about, when my sister and Shop Steward Tee Tee Dangerfield was murdered because she was trans. I decided to step into Tee Tee's shoes and am now a leader with my union. I canvassed to get out the vote for the Rev. Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff because we need a city where all airport workers get to have strong union jobs."

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