Tell the AFL-CIO: Do Unions Need to Change Their Organizational Structure to Mobilize Workers for Large-Scale Initiatives?

Tell Us: Do Unions Need to Change Their Organizational Structure to Mobilize Workers for Large-Scale Initiatives?

Join David Moberg on Tuesday, June 4, 3–4 p.m. EDT for the fifth in the AFL-CIO series of live online discussions on how we build a movement for the future of working people. Moberg, senior editor at In These Times—and the AFL-CIO—want to hear your ideas on new ways the labor movement should change or adjust its structure. He poses this question:

Would unions need to change their organizational structure or methods in order to mobilize workers for large-scale initiatives that could strengthen the labor movement?

You can go to our discussion page and give us your thoughts now and be sure to come back for the live chat.

Your responses to the questions activists, educators, economists and journalists will be asking through June will help us prepare for the 2013 AFL-CIO Convention, which will focus on changes needed in the labor movement to improve the future of all working people.


Jackie Tortora is editor for the AFL-CIO Now blog where this post originally appeared.

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