Worker centers have emerged as central components of the immigrant community infrastructure and in the combination of services advocacy and organizing they undertake are playing a unique role in helping immigrants navigate the worlds of work and legal rights in the united states they are gateway organizations that are meeting immigrant workers where they are and providing them with a . See also the february 2006 epi cornell university press book worker centers organizing communities at the edge of the dream millions of immigrants african americans and other people of color labor on the lowest rungs of metropolitan labor markets with limited prospects for improving the quality of their present positions or advancing to better jobs it is. Worker centers organizing communities at the edge of the dream abstract excerpt through their service provision advocacy and organizing work worker centers are helping to set the political agenda and mobilize a growing constituency to make its voice heard on fundamental labor an immigration reform this work in and of itself . Ken estey po box 250827 new york ny 10025 telephone 646 662 3594 e mail. Worker centers are among the institutions to which workers turn as they strive to build vibrant communities and attain economic and political visibility community based worker centers help low wage workers gain access to social services advocate for their own civil and human rights and organize to improve wages working conditions neighborhoods and public schoolsin this pathbreaking book
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