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Black Women Hailed as Labor's Untapped Leaders

Friday, June 26, 2015

When women of color take the lead in organizing co-workers into labor unions, they are extremely successful, a 2007 study found. A new "love letter" to black women picks up on that data and urges that they rise in the labor's ranks to benefit all U.S. workers.

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