At this very moment, one of the most historic union drives of our era is taking place at the Amazon fulfillment center in Bessemer, Alabama, where 5,800 workers are currently voting on whether or not to become the first unionized Amazon workforce in the US. We talk with one of those workers, Jennifer Bates, about why this vote is so important. (All music sourced from The Free Music Archive)
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