Unions and the Movement to Protect Journalists

Presented at ONA19
September 11, 2019
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Labor unions are having a major impact across the digital media landscape and it’s past time to discuss their role in the newsroom and in the C-suites, how collective bargaining can impact labor conditions and gender and racial equity and major opportunities and pitfalls in the union drive process.

This session is designed for:

  • Newsroom staff and journalists that want to turn solidarity into action
  • Anyone who would like to know more about the digital media unionization process
  • Leaders that support collective action, codetermination and rights at work

Featuring

Matt Pearce
National Reporter, Los Angeles Times
Danielle Ohl
Reporter, The Capital
Eric Eddings
Host / Producer, Gimlet Media
Brittany Cheng
Britt Cheng
Senior Digital Analyst, NPR

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