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Harmony Goldberg

Harmony Goldberg is the Director or Praxis at the Grassroots Power Project. She has been providing political education and strategic facilitation for social movements in the United States for more than twenty-five years. She cut her teeth in California’s youth and student movement in the 1990s, where she helped to found and lead SOUL, the School Of Unity and Liberation. Then, she worked closely with the domestic workers movement and other low-wage workers organizations as the workers center movement was coming into its own. Harmony completed her PhD in Cultural Anthropology at the City University of New York’s Graduate Center, where her research focused on the promising forms of worker’s struggle and class politics that were emergent in domestic worker organizing in New York City. At GPP, Harmony works closely with People’s Action and Communications Workers of America, and she leads the development of strategic education programs.


Recent union drives point the way to more effective action against corporate power.

Harmony Goldberg, Erica Smiley

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