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Let’s Celebrate the New Year by Looking Back at Union Summer 2015

Every year young activists from across the country choose to make theirs a Union Summer. They are an inspired group of social justice activists who go on to become the future union organizers and leaders of the labor movement.  

In 2015, Union Summer interns cleaned up a dirty industry with car-wash workers in Los Angeles and New York; rallied with retail workers in New York; fought for higher wages with home care workers in St. Louis; took a stand with El Super grocery workers on the boycott lines in L.A.; and fought for the soul of the South with autoworkers seeking respect and dignity on the job in Jackson, Miss.    

Take a closer look at how 2015 Summeristas shook things up and helped working people fight for justice in their communities!

Be on the lookout for Union Summer 2016!

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Former Summeristas, reconnect and tell us what you are doing now!

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