CTUL, 3715 Chicago Ave. S.
As Joe Hill, an organizer for workers’ rights, famously put it, “Don’t mourn, organize!” 2018 has been a year of powerful resistance at CTUL, and we have taken Joe Hill’s words to heart. In the face of the Trump administration’s politics of xenophobia and fear, we have pushed onward, organizing low-wage immigrant workers and workers of color for economic and racial justice in the Twin Cities. Channeling our outrage into collective action, we have taken our organizing to the next level to fight back and create our own visions. In the second year of the Raise Worker Voice Campaign, we have pushed to expand our organizing capacity; built the leaders, organizers, and community networks that will take us to our next victories; won back hundreds of thousands of dollars in stolen wages; and rallied in the streets to protest corporate exploitation of workers and control over politics. At our gala on September 14th, we will celebrate a year of hard work, resource our next wins, and dance! We would love to see you there! Click here to register now.
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