Seth Pinckney (he/him) is a technologist who has worked in the emerging space of movement technology for two decades. In his role as Senior Partner Success Specialist, he works with both Action Network and Action Builder partners offering a variety of professional services including training and support. Seth hails from and currently lives in Cleveland, OH, where he co-founded Hack Cleveland (HackCLE) in response to the killing of Tamir Rice. Since 2015, HackCLE has organized multiple community-centered actions, dialogues and events that confront systemic injustices.
People working in the gig economy, tech supply chain, and other automation-adjacent roles face a huge barrier to unionizing their workplaces. These roles, which are among the fastest-growing segments of the U.S. economy, are overwhelmingly filled by BIPOC workers. The Biden-Harris Administration can promote racial equity and support low-wage BIPOC workers’ unionization efforts by creating a National Bargaining in Good Faith Fund.