African American women are the most underutilized leadership resource in the U.S. labor movement despite the fact that they belong to unions at higher rates than all other women.



Successfully organizing black women workers—particularly in economic sectors such as teaching, nursing and customer service where they are concentrated—could mean…



Black women stand at the center of all that is not working for workers in our current economy. While many of the obstacles that stymie black women’s economic advancement…

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