By Jonathan Rosenblum
With eye-catching narrative and insightful remark, hard work organizer Jonathan Rosenblum unearths the interior tale of the 1st winning struggle for a $15 minimal salary, which renewed a countrywide hard work circulation via daring process and wide inclusiveness. simply outdoors Seattle, an not likely alliance of Sea-Tac Airport employees, union and group activists, and clergy staged face-to-face confrontations with company leaders to unite a various, principally immigrant group in a fight over energy among airport staff and enterprise and political elites. Digging deep into the basis factors of poverty wages, Rosenblum provides a blunt overview of the daunting difficulties dealing with unions this present day. Beyond $15 presents an inspirational blueprint for a robust, all-inclusive hard work flow and is a choice for employees to reclaim their strength within the new economy.
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Beyond $15: Immigrant Workers, Faith Activists, and the Revival of the Labor Movement by Jonathan Rosenblum