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National Jobs with Justice and the Excluded Worker Congress commemorated International Human Rights Day by releasing Unity for Dignity: Expanding the Right to Organize to Win Human Rights at Work, a report highlighting on-going efforts to dramatically expand workers’ human right to organize and collectively bargain. The Excluded Workers Congress and the report highlight workers who have historically been excluded from labor protections, the right to organize, and underrepresented in the labor movement – domestic workers, farmworkers, taxi drivers, restaurant workers, day laborers, guestworkers, workers from Southern “right to work” states, workfare workers and formerly incarcerated workers.