Dynamic women activists share key ideas and experiences. Their insights were captured at a special summit hosted by the Berger-Marks Foundation in March, 2010. The summit reached across generations to find out what it takes for a new generation of women to organize and thrive in the labor movement.
Many participants are under 35 years old, while others have spent years breaking down barriers and want to reach out to this younger generation; all are active in unions or in sister movements like the National Organization for Women and American Rights at Work.
explains why unions matter to younger workers..
of American Rights at Work talks about doing what's right.
AFL-CIO, describes how younger activists can make a difference.
a Berger-Marks Foundation trustee, shares her ideas about leadership development.
talks about how the women's movement and the labor movement can work together.
Staff Representative, shares new insights on mentoring young union leaders.
AFL-CIO, explains why she fights passionately for social justice.