In an era where workers’ rights are increasingly crucial, we stand together for the dignity, safety, and fair treatment of every worker in America. Join us in supporting the “Principles of Worker Liberation” – a unified call for equity and power in the workplace.


  • Every worker, from restaurant staff to domestic workers, is valued and compensated fairly.
  • The rights to organize, access quality employment, and assert one’s rights are not just privileges but guaranteed.
  • Workers in all fields are free from discrimination, harassment, and harmful labor practices.
  • Every person can thrive, heal, rest, and participate actively in shaping the policies that govern their work.
  • Time to Care: To Thrive, To Heal, to Care for Our Loved Ones 
  • Freedom from surveillance: Protecting workers, our safety, privacy, and dignity over profits.
  • Worker Protection: Freedom to assert our results without undue pressure and to have our rights enforced.


We call upon you, our fellow citizens, to stand with us in this pivotal moment. By signing this petition, you are not just endorsing a set of principles; you are igniting a movement for transformational change across the labor landscape in America. Your signature represents your commitment to an economy that works for everyone, to justice that uplifts every worker, and to a future where labor rights are human rights.

Together, we can make this vision a reality. We can build a new economy that works for everyone. We can ensure that workers, who are the backbone of our nation, are never again overlooked or undervalued. Sign this petition and join us in the march towards a future where every worker is liberated, respected, and thriving. Because when workers are liberated, society as a whole moves forward.


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Center for Law and Social Policy (CLASP): Advocates for part-time workers, addressing underemployment, unstable work schedules, and access to FMLA leave. Learn More

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