Last week, Google workers announced the formation of the Alphabet Workers Union, a groundbreaking step in organizing tech workers at one of the world’s largest tech giants. We spoke to two of the union’s rank-and-file members about the organizing effort, how unions can fight for democracy on the job, and why blue- and white-collar workers need to organize together.
Honda Wang is a writer based in Brooklyn, New York, and a recovering political consultant.
Andrew Yang correctly identifies some of the major problems of American capitalism today. But his solutions span from misguided to deranged.