Worker’s Justice Project believes that organizing is the most effective way to make positive change in the workplace. We are committed to organizing low-wage workers across race, gender and industry to strengthen the right to organize, to achieve socioeconomic justice and build a democratic, and diverse movement of low-wage workers.
Workers Justice Project achieves this by:
- Engaging low-wage workers in grassroots campaigns to achieve positive and collective action for systemic change
- Developing worker leadership and organizing skills to advocate for themselves and their community
- Creating grassroots economic alternatives as a respond to exploitative labor and unemployment