If you’ve ever wondered about WES’s foundational politics, our history and long-term strategy for social change, please check out the recent interview of WES president, Tony Pecinovsky in the Jacobin.
Not only is WES beginning to get recognized more and more on a local level, but we are also being recognized nationally. Early this year, the New Labor Forum published an article about WES, now the Jacobin has followed suite.
There have been other media inquiries since. This October the Workers’ Education Society will be an official part of the International Labor Communications Association conference held here in St. Louis, thereby enabling the WES message to be shared with labor journalists from all across the country.
Check out the Jacobin article here.