Philadelphia is still very much a labor town. Here's how workers are fighting back
Philadelphia is still very much a labor town. Here's how workers are fighting back

PHILADELPHIA — In June, a coalition of labor unions and organizations won a first-of-its-kind whistleblower protection law that made it illegal for Philadelphia employers to fire or otherwise discipline workers for speaking out against unsafe coronavirus conditions.In July, after more than a year of organizing, Free Library of Philadelphia workers ousted the organization’s director, whom they said had failed Black employees.In August, after a spreadsheet listing thousands of salaries forced workers to confront inequity in their industry, workers at the 144-year-old Philadelphia Museum of Art v…

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