They will present their research at the upcoming LRAN Conference. See conference info here.
Alejandra Quintero, M.A. student in Industrial & Labor Relations at Cornell University, "The Tale of Two Campaigns: Reflecting on Two Union Drives at a National Legal Service Provider.”
Carla Lima Aranzaes, Ph.D. Candidate in the School of HRLR, Michigan State University & Destiny Blackwell Skinner from C.A.U.S.E. Recruitment Committee, "Examining Worker-Led Organizing in the U.S. South: "Don't Quit. Organize!"
Dr. Ericka Wills, Assistant Professor at the School for Workers University of Wisconsin-Madison, "A History and Contemporary Guide for Establishing Inclusive Mining Union Auxiliaries.”
Jaylexia Clark, Ph.D. in Sociology at the University of Notre Dame, "The Covid-Impact: Analyzing the Economic and Health Impacts of Covid-19 on Work Conditions Within the Gig Economy Between 2019-2021."
David Thompson & Wade Rathke, representing ACORN International, United Labor Unions Local 100 & Georgia State University MSW, "Surveying Working Conditions and Community Impacts of Atlanta-Area Dollar Stores."
Youbin Kang, Ph.D. Candidate in Sociology at the University of Wisconsin – Madison, “Solidarity and disenchantment: Varieties of public transit workers’ solidaristic labor actions in New York City and Seoul, 1970-2020.”