Why Organized Labor Struggles in the American South

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  1. February 18, 2022

    […] testament to Black organizers’ power in the fastest-growing region in the country with the lowest union density. Black workers in Bessemer are raising essential questions about the New South, unions, and racial […]

  2. February 18, 2022

    […] testament to Black organizers’ power in the fastest-growing region in the country with the lowest union density. Black workers in Bessemer are raising essential questions about the New South, unions, and racial […]

  3. June 1, 2022

    […] cities within the nation,” John Logan famous for Truthout. The state has a historical past of deep-rooted anti-union sentiment and so-called right-to-work legal guidelines that make it more durable for unions to arrange and […]

  4. October 28, 2022

    […] tons to read about the anti-union South. This article from Ken Green at UnionTrack offers some reasons: as the north industrialized, the south often positioned itself as agricultural […]

  5. November 26, 2022

    […] most of us, it has been almost impossible or completely impossible to form a union through the existing rules. We are building our union despite the fact that the rules are rigged against us as Southern […]