USAS started her journey as an organizer
"I remember passing out flyers around campus and doing class raps in front of 400 students in preparation for the campus workers going on strike,” says Sabina Wildman, Domestic Campaigns Coordinator for United Students Against Sweatshops. “We were out at 4am, while it was still dark, to set up and start the picket. I remember feeling so energized and motivated to build student and worker power on my campus! That was just the beginning of my journey in the labor movement,” says Wildman, who’s based out of D.C. and got her start in labor organizing as an undergraduate student at the University of California Santa Cruz. “Now I live and work in D.C. and am consistently inspired by collective worker power and what workers and youth can do together. I have many hopes and dreams about the kind of future I'd like to live in and I know we can only get there if we become a stronger and more representative movement, connecting workers across the world. There's so much work that needs to be done, and we know that there's nothing like dancing to decompress and re-energize ourselves among comrade friends. I hope to see you all on the dance floor on December 14th!" See Calendar, above, for details on the USAS "Party Like It's 1997" fundraiser.
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