Amazon Workers in Alabama push for union representation in historical labor vote

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As Amazon workers at the Bessemer, Alabama fulfillment center vote for union representation, Ark Republic’s “Weekly Check In” discusses the significance of this moment in labor unions, and how African Americans are contributing to this historic event.

For years, workers at Amazon have complained about working conditions at the warehouses throughout the world. While there have been attempts by employees to unionize, the latest effort in Alabama looks promising. Ark Republic’s Weekly Check In contributors, Sherice J. Nelson and Dame Crawford speak on it.

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