Jonathan Rosenblum author of Beyond $15: Immigrant Workers, Faith Activists, & the Revival of the Labor Movement discusses the strategic lessons he drew as the lead organizer of the first successful fight for a $15 minimum wage and a union. The campaign united the mostly immigrant Sea-Tac Airport workers, union and community activists, and clergy, building the power to take on the corporate and political elites. Jonathan gives a blunt assessment of the daunting problems facing unions today while providing a reality based, inspirational blueprint for a powerful new working class movement. His book is an examination of power in our society today— how it got so imbalanced, the devastation this imbalance has wreaked, and what working people can and must do to reclaim our power and voice. He argues there are three steps that unions must take to forge this newly empowered movement: Aim higher with a bolder vision of a just society that stands as a stark counterpoint to capitalism; reach wider by redefining who constitutes the “labor movement” to include all workers, not just those holding union cards; build deeper by cultivating the ideas and leadership of ordinary workers.