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Helen Brosnan of the National Domestic Workers Alliance trains volunteers who are working the phones during an election season, November 9, 2018, in Atlanta. (Jeff Martin/AP Photo)

Voices to Votes: Worker Centers Meet the Political Moment

How—and why—worker centers expanded from providing services to engaging in electoral politics


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