The Variable Relationships Between Worker Centers And Unions

By Steven Greenhouse, The American Prospect. -

Like many immigrant workers, Pascual Tapia, a late-night janitor at a Target store in Minneapolis, was a victim of wage theft. He often worked 56 hours a week, but he was hardly ever paid time [...]

Worker Centers: Where Causes Cohere, And Forge Power

By Sarah Jaffe, The American Prospect. -

In October 2020, on what Amazon calls “Prime Day,” Fadumo Mohamed and her co-workers at an Amazon fulfillment center outside Minneapolis stood in the whipping wind alongside a handmade banner [...]

Building Workplace Power In The Communities

By Matthew Cunningham-Cook, The American Prospect. -

As organized labor grapples with the consequences of the Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union’s landslide defeat at the Amazon mega-warehouse in Bessemer, Alabama, one potential direction [...]