The second biennial Southern Regional Organizing Assembly, hosted by the Southern Coordinating Committee of the Industrial Workers of the World, will convene in Richmond, Virginia on June 29th and 30th. IWW, General Defense Committee, and Incarcerated Workers Organizing Committee members in the southeast are meeting up to host a series of panels and workshops on a variety of topics, including (but not limited to): media and communication strategies, education worker organizing, food service worker organizing, addressing toxic masculinity, and security culture.
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What is the Southern Coordinating Committee? The SCC is a voluntary coordinating and decision-making body that unites branches and locals of the IWW, General Defense Committee, and Incarcerated Workers Organizing Committee in the Southeastern United States. Founded in 2017, the SCC helps to coordinate work and fosters local initiatives to organize workplaces, incarcerated workers, and our communities.
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