Contact the board of Wisconsin Voices and urge them to recognize the union

The workers of Wisconsin Voices have asked management to recognize their newly formed union. Instead, management has used stall tactics and hired an anti-union attorney. WI Voices coordinates over 60 partner organizations around pro-democracy policies, voter registration and turnout, and advancing progressive agendas.  Their work is vital to the infrastructure of Wisconsin’s progressive movement. Yet, management fired six staff members, including two Black women and two Latinx women, one of whom is undocumented and is ineligible for unemployment or health insurance.  The workers are asking supporters to contact the board and urge them to recognize the union. Contact information:

Click here for the Public Statement from the workers and more info  . Sent to WNPJ by the Southcentral Federation of Labor -