Workers Dignity will partner with the Central Labor Council of Nashville and Middle Tennessee on a three-pronged campaign that includes supporting workplace organizing and policy changes through:1) tie municipal tax breaks (Tax Increment Financing, to guarantees of living wage jobs and safe working conditions for construction and cleaning workers; 2) establish Community Benefits Agreements that include a pathway to union-scale pay and benefits for construction projects near Nashville’s urban core; and, 3) create a publicly funded workforce program – with wrap-around services – focusing on black and Latino workers who are traditionally excluded from union-scale construction and hospitality jobs.