Incarcerated Workers Organizing Committee

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The Incarcerated Workers Organizing Committee (IWOC) is a prison-led section of the Industrial Workers of the World. Its purpose is 'a union for the incarcerated,' with the goal of abolishing prison slavery, as well as fighting to end the exploitation of working-class people around the world.

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IWOC
Incarcerated Workers Organizing Committee
FoundedJuly 31, 2014;
8 years ago
 (2014-07-31)[1]
Location
  • International
PublicationIncarcerated Worker
Websiteincarceratedworkers.org
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