The Freelance Solidarity Project Is Electing An Organizing Committee—Sign Up To Run Today!

Over one hundred members of the Freelance Solidarity Project have joined NWU in the past few weeks. In order to represent them and all the members who are still signing up, FSP is electing an organizing committee. The organizing committee will  have fourteen co-chairs, each with their own crucial role. They’ll run meetings, head up project-based committees, review proposals from members, while encouraging communication throughout the project and across unions, industries, and the wider labor movement.

Every member of the Freelance Solidarity Project is eligible to run, and every member is eligible to vote. For a complete overview of requirements, expectations, and roles, please review this document [].

Questions? Email Haley Mlotek [] and David Hill [], members of the Transition Committee and the National Writers Union.