For many years, I’ve been a big fan of Working Families Win (WFW), a grassroots community education and organizing project that:
works to change the economy in favor of working families, provides education about economic decisions made in Washington and the impacts within our local communities, and engages individuals through neighbor to neighbor communication to hold our elected officials accountable.
As an initiative of the progressive Americans for Democratic Action (ADA), WFW believes that:
New trade rules can distribute the benefits of a globalizing economy more equitably to workers here and abroad. Health care for all Americans would address a major burden facing working families today. A real “living wage,” investment in jobs, producing clean energy, and stronger rights for workers to join unions and bargain collectively would all help maintain and rebuild our nation’s middle class.
Working Families Win was created by the late Jim Jontz, a three-term Member of Congress from northern Indiana, who understood the need to educate and organize voters in hard-fought battleground and heartland states such as Arizona, Florida, Illinois, Iowa, New Hampshire, and Ohio. Jim founded WFW after serving as President of ADA.
Check out the WFW website here.
Disclosure note: I currently serve, on a pro bono basis, as Chair of ADA’s National Executive Committee.