Worker Centers: Organizing Communities at the Edge of the Dream
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[Excerpt] Through their service provision, advocacy, and organizing work, worker centers are helping to set the political agenda and mobilize a growing constituency to make its voice heard on fundamental labor an immigration reform. This work, in and of itself instrumental to a brighter future for low-wage workers in the United States, is also indispensable to the revitalization of organized labor and progressive politics in America.
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United States; alien labor; immigrants; service; employment agencies; community centers; community organizations; labor union; organizing
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