Metrowest Worker Center is an immigrant worker-led organization based in the MetroWest area of Boston, Massachusetts, which organizes to defend and expand the labor, civil, and human rights of all workers.
We are purposely multilingual and multiracial , and work to unite communities that unscrupulous employers seek to divide . Our meetings are held in at least two languages (Spanish and Brazilian Portuguese), and we have a sizable membership from the indigenous Kichua (Ecuadorian) community.
We combine direct action and legal strategies to combat wage theft which has allowed us to recover more than $4 million in unpaid wages, while building worker power.
Our membership is a combination of people and institutions, and we assist workers in developing worker-owned cooperative businesses.
We have an Allies Committee which organizes communities of privilege to support immigrant-led campaigns, fundraise, take action against unjust laws and policies, and dismantle racism and xenophobia in their own communities.