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Join us on Twitter today at 3pm ET / 12pm PT for a Twitter Town Hall on Thinking Globally, co-hosted by the Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance, AFL-CIO, International Labor Rights Forum, and the Solidarity Center.
Find the questions @AAPIsResist or see below.
- Why is it important to build international labor movement #solidarity?
- Do consumers have the power to change and improve conditions for workers abroad? What about corporate accountability efforts?
- What can we learn from unions and activists abroad about effectively organizing in the face of fascism and oppression?
- How does the rise of #racism and #xenophobia play out in the global fight for worker rights?
- What are some examples of closing space for civil society in the US and abroad?
- What are shared struggles for migrant workers both here and abroad? How do we build power?
- What are some shared struggles involving women workers in the US and abroad?
- What does it mean to be deported for families growing up in the U.S.?
- How can we better connect and elevate NHPI issues and voices in our organizing?
- What are the best practices to organize beyond the concept of borders?
- What is at stake if we don’t look at our organizing in a global context?
Follow the co-hosts and the hashtag #AAPIsResist on Twitter:
- APALA – @APALANational
- ILRF – @ilrf
- Solidarity Center – @SolidarityCntr