Napoleon Gómez is known worldwide for his struggle to bring unions and humans rights to workers. He is an Oxford educated economist and expert on labor movements, he brings together the concepts of global capitalism and the real life issues facing individual workers seeking human rights and economic justice. Napolean is a member of the executive committee of IndustriALL Global Union. It is the most powerful union organization with more than 50 million members worldwide. He works closely with leaders of unions around the world, including the United Steelworkers Union. His new book - Collapse of Dignity is an account of one of the deadliest labor conflicts in modern history. He share the story of a mining accident in Mexico in 2006 that killed 65 men and how their effort for safety following the tragedy led to Napoleon seeking exile as a political refugee.
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