The Amalgamated Transit Union 1505 and ATU Canada are proud to be bringing union organizer Jonathan Rosenblum to Winnipeg for a speaking engagement and the ATU Canada Conference and a free community meeting and training.

Rosenblum, a key Fight for $15 organizer, is the author of Beyond $15: Immigrant Workers, Faith Activists, and the Revival of the Labor Movement offers a blunt recitation of how missteps and narrow thinking by labor unions contributed to our current predicament. Yet Beyond $15 also shows how the makings of a powerful justice movement are embedded within today's struggles.

With captivating narrative and insightful commentary, labor organizer Jonathan Rosenblum reveals the inside story of the first successful fight for $15 that has renewed a national labor movement through bold strategy and broad inclusiveness. Just outside Seattle, an unlikely alliance of Sea-Tac airport workers, union and community activists, and clergy staged face-to-face confrontations with corporate leaders to unite a diverse, largely immigrant workforce in a struggle over power between airport workers and business and political elites. Beyond $15 provides provides and inspirational blueprint for a powerful, all-inclusive Labor movement and a call for workers to reclaim their power in the new economy.

Please join us for a chance to meeting Jonathan, have informal discussions with union and community groups, and chance to purchase his work on May 14th in the late afternoon and early evening.

Location: Laverendrye Room, Hotel Fort Garry 222 Broadway, Winnipeg, MB R3C 0R3 Space is limited and we ask interested participants to register with Zach Fleisher, ATU 1505 Communications @ [email protected]