The only way to elevate our voice and accelerate our impact is to work together, across race, place and affiliations. We admire the work of people-led groups and community organizations that have been fighting for specific issues or underrepresented constituencies in our country, so we aim to partner with each of them to make them stronger and amplify our reach. We are a collective that unites every worker in America, labor unions, worker centers, digital networks, and community leaders who believe that the system that failed us needs to be reinvented and reimagined to include us at all levels. Groups and individuals who agree that the need for change is not only imminent, but also long overdue.
Now is the time to help each other navigate the terror, to take action against every abuse, to not accept any reality that forces us to barely survive, and to demand the protections and dignity each of us deserves.
The National Legal Advocacy Network (NLAN) is dedicated to leveraging legal resources to enhance the capacity and sustainability of the low-wage worker movement through community focused lawyering, worker center support and strategic litigation.
National Employment Law Project (NELP) fights for policies to create good jobs, expand access to work, and strengthen protections and support for low-wage workers and the unemployed.
Temp Worker Justice is a nonprofit that supports temporary workers and workers’ organizations seeking justice and fairness in the workplace.
Q.Me strives to provide every individual in need, including poor and low-income individuals, with easy access to free resources, including legal services, tutoring, social services, mental health, or other advice.
The National Immigration Law Center (NILC) is one of the leading organizations in the U.S. exclusively dedicated to defending and advancing the rights of immigrants with low income. In partner with Immigration Advocates Network, they've worked together to provide a series of resources for immigrants all over this country.