Stacy Mitchell, Co-Director of the Institute for Local Self-Reliance, was recently profiled in The New York Times. From the article:
“In the grim present, however, Amazon workers were suddenly visible in a way they had never been before. Warehouse employees raised urgent questions about how safe they were from the coronavirus. Wildcat strikes were staged at several warehouses. While the number of workers involved was small, it was still the largest labor revolt in Amazon’s history.
‘Amazon has never been more powerful, but the consequences of its power have never been more visible,’ Ms. Mitchell said on Thursday. ‘It’s laid bare.’
As much as anyone, she gets the credit for that.”
Read coverage on ILSR’s site here.