Meet Ohio’s Newest Organizer

October 22, 2013

Jennifer Lewis has seen what can happen when workers don’t have a voice on the job. Her mother was fired for standing up to her boss. Now, as an AFSCME Council 8 organizer and recent graduate of the Organizing Institute, she’s helping Ohio workers win the voice her mother didn’t have. She says:

My Mom stood up and so am I.

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