These are our currently active organizing groups:
Members in our Food & Retail Workers Network build links between people working at different stores and teach one another how to organize for better treatment, conditions and pay in their industry, as well as for phasing out the sale of toxic or otherwise unethical products.
Our Public Services Committee includes healthcare and education workers as well as other public service providers. Together we can secure needed resources to have top-notch public services, pay our public service workers well, and fight to make more essential services (especially healthcare) free for individuals.
Sacramento IWOC is our local branch of the Incarcerated Workers Organizing Committee (IWOC for short) that helps the incarcerated population in the state of California and across the nation self-organize.
Our Mutual Aid Committee supports a range of local projects to help people survive despite facing dispossession and direct attacks.