Unemployed Workers United is a coalition of organizers and organizations who want our government to respond to our current crisis with solutions that will actually allow all of us to survive.
In order to build the largest multiracial working-class coalition in the United States, we'll need to do it together. Get to know Unemployed Workers United's anchor organizations below:
Mijente is a political, digital, and grassroots hub for Latinx and Chicanx organizing and movement building. Launched in 2015, Mijente seeks to strengthen and increase the participation of Latinx people in the broader movements for racial, economic, climate and gender justice. @conmijente
The National Black Worker Center Project organizes Black workers to build the power to achieve liberation by dismantling systemic racism and economic exploitation.
People’s Action is a national network of state & local grassroots power-building organizations united in fighting for justice.
United for Respect (UFR) is a multiracial national nonprofit organization fighting for big and bold policy change that improve the lives of people who work in retail.