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“Hot Labor Summer” of 2023 proved why it’s important for environmentalists to show up in solidarity with workers fighting for dignity and justice. With examples like Assembly Bill 421 to curb corporate power in California politics and the united auto workers on strike nationwide for a fair contract and a just transition as we make the shift to EVs, it’s clear that when labor and climate movements partner up — they build power and win victories, together. Jane Fonda welcomes key labor leaders to discuss fights for workers and how we can build a bigger, stronger, collective movement towards the future we all deserve.

Meet David Huerta

David Huerta is President of SEIU United Service Workers West, which represents more than 45,000 janitors, security officers, airport service workers, and other property service workers across California. A well-known labor leader, Huerta is dedicated to securing justice and inclusion for immigrant workers and their families; creating paths to power and union membership for millions more workers; and uplifting communities by strengthening networks of immigrant, economic, social, and environmental justice.

Meet Michelle Collins

Michelle Collins is a United Auto Workers Local 977 Skilled Trades Delegate, currently working at the General Motors Stamping facility in Marion, Indiana. She’s been employed by General Motors since 1999 and became a skilled trades machine repair person in 2001. Michelle is a single mother of three and grandmother of six. 

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