Interview with Alzada Clark – Organizing Black Women Workers (1989)

1946-1989, Black, Date, Disruptive Spaces, Subjectives of Refusal, The Workplace, Women, Workers

Alzada Clark organized workers – specifically Black women – in the South, established unions, and participated in the Black Power movement at large. In this interview, she discusses her experiences.

“The Cullmer Company said they beat every union election in the state but one, until “that black woman came around.” They had a lot of respect for me there in the union. They said they couldn’t have organized the women without me.”

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