We’re always looking for new active members and contacts. The best way to get involved in the struggle is to stay in touch–either on twitter, direct email, or by subscribing to our listserv–so that we can increase our organizing capacity and develop new strategies. Even if you don’t have a lot of time to devote to the cause right now, we’d still like to have you in our network.
But, of course, we’re far from the only organization out there! To build a united front against white supremacy and capitalism, we need everybody. That includes not only those working within traditional labor federations like our own, but also community aid and direct action networks, indigenous nations, political parties that fight for ALL workers, and organizations representing the most marginalized workers in our society, including prisoners, sex workers, migrant workers, as well as the unemployed and disabled, and other workers outside the traditional labor movement. If you’re part of one of those organizations and are interested in working with us, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.
Here is an incomplete list of organizations we work in solidarity with:
Maggie’s: The Toronto Sex Workers Action Project
SEIU Drop The Cops — Rank-and-file member-led campaign to disaffiliate cop unions from SEIU