We believe that working and poor people must organize together in order to transform our workplaces and communities.
If we want to improve our conditions at work, win victories to improve our economic conditions, or transform our health care system we have to organize as many people as possible to take action. When we act collectively we have more power to improve conditions for everyone. All of our campaigns and programs are primarily run by our members and volunteers who work together to reach new people, organize events, create media, and more.
Our values, principles, and community agreements inform how we think about, strategize, and plan our work. They ground us in history and theory, and they articulate our place in the expansive broader movement for justice and liberation that we strive daily to help build.