Dr.XVI is the Wrong Crowd
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This is huge!!! And has potential to change the south!
Carole Tyler @CaroleTyler
"The UAW is in the middle of the biggest union push in recent memory.

They're trying to organize non-union automakers, and the 150,000 workers they employ.

Take a look at where the organizing is happening!"

—More Perfect Union
05:12 PM - Apr 01, 2024
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Deb Prothero
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In response to Dr.XVI is the Wrong Crowd.
Wherever unions are able to organize, democracy is strengthened. People attending union meetings often learn much about civics and process.
07:58 PM - Apr 01, 2024
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Carole Tyler
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The need for unions cannot be stressed enough
05:54 PM - Apr 01, 2024
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Dr.XVI is the Wrong Crowd
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In response to Carole Tyler.
In the 90s when I was a teamster, Union participation was at Al all time low. It is still anemically too low. I often think how different this nation would be if we paid attention to workers instead of cults of personality. Too many pay lip service while we still work and organize!
05:58 PM - Apr 01, 2024 (Edited)
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Evela McClanahan
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Indeed.
01:52 AM - Apr 02, 2024
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RobPalmerIRL (he/him/his)
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Yes, the major gains of 2023 for Unions and workers were huge and there will be more gains in 2024 and beyond.
05:41 PM - Apr 01, 2024
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Dr.XVI is the Wrong Crowd
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In response to RobPalmerIRL (he/him/his).
When Michigan got rid of “right to work”, it changed the tenor of the state. Fl? Mo? Tx? Real progressives are worker centered. What could happen if MSNBC reported on workers? What if Spoutible did?!?!
05:43 PM - Apr 01, 2024
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