Letter to the Editor, <i>New Labor Forum</i>

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[Excerpt] Bill Fletcher and Rick Hurd have shined a critical light on a vital issue facing the labor movement. They have asked, but not yet answered, how the AFL-ClO's "Organizing for Change, Changing to Organize" program will help us build vibrant and democratic unions committed to inclusion and ready to grapple with the tough issues of race and gender. If their essay provides an excuse for some unions to avoid the challenge of organizing while debating these issues, it would be most unfortunate. But if their piece provokes a more serious and candid dialogue about external organizing and internal transformation, Fletcher and Hurd will have once again made an important contribution to revitalizing the labor movement.
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2007-01-01
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labor movement; labor organizing; AFL-CIO; labor unions
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Required Publisher Statement: New Labor Forum is published by The Murphy Institute/City University of New York. Used with permission of the publisher.
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