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Portland Rising Reading
April 10, 2013
As we all recognize, overcoming the challenges we face requires creative and careful thinking about organizing, including how best to make and strengthen connections as well as overcome the broader structural changes in our economy that work against our interests. Therefore, Portland Rising is committed to making time for the necessary learning and reflecting.
In general, our educational effort will take place during the last 20-30 minutes our meeting.
Questions to help guide your reading
1. The article explains that SEIU Local 26’s effort goes “beyond traditional bargaining and rallies to put forward a farsighted vision for working people—and attack corporate power on multiple fronts.” What are the limitations to “traditional bargaining”? And what does it mean to “attack corporate power”?
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