Something is happening in America. Working people are writing a comeback story straight out of a Hollywood blockbuster.
After the Supreme Court’s Janus ruling, many were writing the labor movement’s obituary. But instead of wallowing in despair, we did what we do best. We stood back up and got to work.
We organized our sisters and brothers. We filled the streets and made our voices heard. We elected pro-worker allies in Alabama, Virginia, Pennsylvania and New Jersey. We knocked on 800,000 doors and made more than 1 million calls, rallying two-thirds of Missouri voters to defeat an egregious “right to work” law.
We’re putting in the tough work of building a fairer economy and a more just society. And we’re just getting started.