Union Summer Hits the Doors After Learning Lessons in Solidarity and the Spirit of the South

June 30, 2016 Kenneth Quinnell

Union Summer, the cadre of young activists that is training to be the future leaders and union organizers of the labor movement, are hitting the doors hard. After a couple of weeks on the ground, Summeristas have visited 300 workers one-on-one and engaged 100 of them to commit to forming a union.

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