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Saturday, April 27 • 11:25am - 12:25pm
Trouble in the Bubble: Workers organizing in tech

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In NYC and worldwide, tech workers are organizing themselves to build power, improve workplace conditions, and change the narrative of the industry. If you want to get involved as a tech worker or ally, come to this session.


Sylvia Morse

Project Manager, Center for Family Life
Sylvia Morse is the Project Manager in Center for Family Life in Sunset Park’s Cooperative Development Program, where she has helped develop Up & Go/ upandgo.coop, a platform for home cleanings in NYC that is owned and controlled by domestic workers. Sylvia is an urban planner and a lifelong New Yorker... Read More →

ann haeyoung

Tech Workers Coalition
Ann joined Tech Workers Coalition NY in February and has been active in the environment working group. This is her first experience with labor organizing. In the past, she's worked to form a responsible data use policy group internally at a large tech company to tackle issues of privacy... Read More →

Ross Patton

Tech Workers Coalition
Ross Patton is a software engineer who joined Tech Workers Coalition (NYC) in October and worked on the HQ2 fight. Before that, he was active in NYC-DSA, working mostly on digital security issues and the Boycott B&H campaign.
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Danny Spitzberg

Tech Workers Coalition
Danny Spitzberg is a UX researcher for a cooperative economy. He organizes with Tech Workers Coalition, an all-volunteer network of rank-and-file tech workers who love hyphens. He also coordinates buytwitter.org, a campaign to turn Twitter into a public utility.

Saturday April 27, 2019 11:25am - 12:25pm EDT
19th Floor Computer Lab

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