Southern Workers Assembly Worker Power Program

The webinar series digging in to each of the nine points of the Southern Worker Power Program continues TONIGHT, September 26, at 7pm eastern.

Tonight’s discussion will focus on point four of the program – We have the right to justice. Register now to participate in the meeting.

The series, which began on September 5 and continues through the end of October, is being led by Communiversity, in partnership with Black Workers for Justice and the Southern Workers Assembly.

If you missed any of the first three sessions, you can watch them here.

This series of nine webinars will explore SWA’s Worker’s Power Program, centering the role and demands of workers as we speed toward the 2022 election cycle.

The primary objective of this series of programs is to explore SWA’s Worker’s Power Program as a viable platform for workers in the South to collectively build and consolidate worker’s power. As well as learn more about current and key sites of organizing across the South.

We will explore actions taken and their results; the historical context and connection of workers struggle to the Black liberation movement; ways to build strong political education on the key issues outlined in the nine-point program; and how it can aid in organizing and building a movement of workers to wage struggle against the accelerated destructive forces of capitalism.

We invite you to join us every Monday through October 31 from 7pm – 8pm EST. Please note your registration will automatically register you for all nine webinars.

We look forward to connecting and engaging with each of you to build worker power in the South!

Forward ever, backward never! Organize the South!

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