The Workers Alliance pushes back against capitalism’s inherent injustices by helping low-wage workers organize for living wages, recovery of stolen wages, better working conditions, safer workplaces, and more rights; helping the unemployed and those who cannot work organize for economic security and dignity; and helping all people in Northeast Tennessee organize for social, environmental, and economic justice.
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Our free community lending library focuses on historic and current struggles for justice and liberation. The collection features sections on Appalachia, labor history and organizing, social movements and social issues, political theory, and more, plus selected works of fiction, a children's books section, magazines, and a number of pamphlets on economic, environmental, and social justice. Plus comfy chairs!
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Providing organizing trainings on essential skills for movements and organizers, including bringing outside speakers and trainers in and developing their own workshops.