DOUBLE OT: Ryan Grim Says Unionizing Nonprofit Workers are Whiny Babies; A Unionizing Nonprofit Worker Responds - TVLR 6/18/22

Ryan Grim had an article in The Intercept last week basically positing that nonprofit workers are too woke, sourced entirely from interviews with bosses. We talked to a worker whose union was implicated in the piece: Ashley Little, a research Assitant at Guttmacher and a member of the union's organizing committee.

Ryan Grim had an article in The Intercept last week basically positing that nonprofit workers are too woke, sourced entirely from interviews with bosses. We talked to a worker whose union was implicated in the piece: Ashley Little, a research Assitant at Guttmacher and a member of the union's organizing committee.

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