[Excerpt] The Institute's materials emphasize that organizing is difficult, frustrating work. But it's also the best job in America because it is personally rewarding to help workers organize and fight against injustice.
Richard Bensinger, a former ACTWU organizer, has been the OI's Executive Director since its inception in 1989. Labor Research Review's Jack Metzgar asked Bensinger to assess the OI's first two years in operation.
"Committed to Organizing: An Interview with Richard Bensinger, Director, AFL-CIO Organizing Institute,"
Labor Research Review:
18, Article 4.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.ilr.cornell.edu/lrr/vol1/iss18/4