Claire Nicolson-Hurtig has been a member and worked as staff at several public- and private-sector unions. She gets energy from growing plants, making art, and building community and solidarity.

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    Building feminist, anti-racist unions

    More strategies for challenging patriarchal white supremacy in labour

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    “Do not ever get used to it”

    Union members and staff say that sexism, anti-Black racism, and other oppressive attitudes are deeply entrenched in many unions. Drawing on a history of women, trans, and racialized workers fighting for their place in the labour movement, trade unionists share ideas to transform unions today.