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Umair Irfan

Dylan Matthews, German Lopez, Karen Turner, and Murilo Ferreira at a meeting of the Vox Media Union's bargaining committee (Umair Irfan)

When Journalists Become Workers

Five years ago, unions barely existed in digital media. Today, they may save the industry from the worst of the COVID-19 depression—and provide a model to other working professionals.

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