Richard Wallace, Deputy Director,  Workers Center for Racial Justice , and Board President of Working Family Solidarity, makes a point about the critical importance of organizing workers and especially workers of color, in our food production system. Leone Jose Bicchieri, Founder and Executive Director of Working Family Solidarity (listening, to Richard’s left), was also a panel presenter regarding justice for food workers.

Richard Wallace, Deputy Director, Workers Center for Racial Justice, and Board President of Working Family Solidarity, makes a point about the critical importance of organizing workers and especially workers of color, in our food production system. Leone Jose Bicchieri, Founder and Executive Director of Working Family Solidarity (listening, to Richard’s left), was also a panel presenter regarding justice for food workers.

 Racial Unity Dialogue

 Members of Working Family Solidarity in Chicago, with partner organization the Workers Center for Racial Justice. Leone Jose Bicchieri, Executive Director & Founder of Working Family Solidarity, facilitated the dialogue.  We are currently planning a follow-up meeting to further develop details regarding specific organizing campaigns to unite workers of different races around areas of worker rights, housing issues, and racial justice.

Members of Working Family Solidarity in Chicago, with partner organization the Workers Center for Racial Justice. Leone Jose Bicchieri, Executive Director & Founder of Working Family Solidarity, facilitated the dialogue.

We are currently planning a follow-up meeting to further develop details regarding specific organizing campaigns to unite workers of different races around areas of worker rights, housing issues, and racial justice.