Washington Post, “In advance of union election, Capital Bikeshare worker fired for organizing,” November 26, 2014

In advance of union election, Capital Bikeshare worker fired for organizing
Lydia DePillis, The Washington Post, November 26, 2014

“He says he subscribes to many of the principles of anarchism, while disagreeing with many of the people in that social milieu. And being fired for union organizing would be something of a credit to a life spent organizing worker collectives — bookstores, a cafe, a short-lived weekly newspaper, a bike messenger service — in Seattle and Santa Cruz.”

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