Introducing the Seven Principles of Collective Action

October 5, 2015

Across the country, working people have spoken out in favor of better wages and fair treatment – and Wednesday’s White House Summit on Worker Voice is a positive step in the raising wages agenda.

The actions that drove us to this point were based on 7 Principles. These principles are universal and enjoy the support of anyone who supports collective action. 

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