Organizing, Workers’ Dignity Style 2017 / Organizando al Estilo de Dignidad Obrera 2017

Trump will be sworn in as president in mid-January. This is our response! Join others in the region to train together, share experiences, and build a bigger southern liberation movement.

Two years ago, we held our 1st all-day Organizing Workers’ Dignity Style training, where over 75 people from throughout the state met and learned together. Since then, we have learned so much more!

Join us for the New & Improved “Organizing Workers’ Dignity Style 2017,” just one week after the Trump inauguration.

  • Do you believe low-income and oppressed communities should lead our own struggles?
  • Interested in grassroots organizing?
  • Want to learn the ABCs of street outreach & house visits?
  • Curious about how Workers’ Dignity has been worker-led since 2010?

There are many organizing models. Ours is just one. For nearly 7 years, our goal has been simple – structure every aspect of our work to 1) tap into already existing leadership, talent, and experience of low-wage workers; 2) provide the support necessary for lifelong organizing; and 3) build an organization that’s part of a movement taking on the billionaires to win. None of this was invented by us. We stand on the shoulders of several other worker center powerhouses.

Organizing, Workers’ Dignity Style is open to everyone committed to people-led organizing. To participate, you must commit to being there the whole day.

Saturday, January 28, 2017
9:00am – 7pm
Light breakfast, lunch, and dinner included
Organizer Packet and simultaneous English/Spanish interpretation provided
Cost: $45 ($10 for Workers’ Dignity members, low-income, and high school students)
Please register by January 15 below — Payment thru Credit or Debit Card

Register

Once you’ve submitted the below form, go to http://www.workersdignity.org/registrationfee to pay.

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