Tell Us: Do Unions Need to Change Their Organizational Structure to Mobilize Workers for Large-Scale Initiatives?

June 3, 2013

Join David Moberg on Tuesday, June 4, 3–4 p.m. EDT for the fifth in the AFL-CIO series of live online discussions on how we build a movement for the future of working people. Moberg, senior editor at In These Times—and the AFL-CIO—want to hear your ideas on new ways the labor movement should change or adjust its structure. He poses this question:

Would unions need to change their organizational structure or methods in order to mobilize workers for large-scale initiatives that could strengthen the labor movement?

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