Published in Community Organizing
Harmony Goldberg is a left educator and writer, based in Brooklyn, New York. Harmony helped to found SOUL, the School of Unity and Liberation, when she was 19 years old, and she’s been running radical political education courses for grassroots organizations rooted in multi-racial working class communities ever since. She currently works closely with Domestic Workers United, the National Domestic Workers Alliance and other independent worker organizations around the country. Harmony is currently a PhD candidate in Cultural Anthropology at the CUNY Graduate Center, and her research focuses on the work of Domestic Workers United in New York City. And she talks about Gramsci alot.