New service union seeks to inspire labor movement in South


              Keith Bullard, center, a Raise Up organizer based in Durham, N.C. rallies the crowd at the Levi C. Chavous Conference Center in Columbia, S.C., on Friday, Nov. 18, 2022. Over 100 service industry workers have gathered in the capital of the state with the county's lowest unionization rate to launch a new union and try to boost labor organizing across the U.S. South.(AP Photo/James Pollard)
            
              Keith Bullard, a Raise Up organizer based in Durham, N.C., raises his fist in support of union activists at the Levi C. Chavous Conference Center in Columbia, S.C., on Friday, Nov. 18, 2022. Over 100 service industry workers have gathered in the capital of the state with the county's lowest unionization rate to launch a new union and try to boost labor organizing across the U.S. South. (AP Photo/James Pollard)
            
              Mariah Parker, a worker from Atlanta, speaks at the Levi C. Chavous Conference Center in Columbia, S.C., on Friday, Nov. 18, 2022.  Over 100 service industry workers have gathered in the capital of the state with the county's lowest unionization rate to launch a new union and try to boost labor organizing across the U.S. South. (AP Photo/James Pollard)
New service union seeks to inspire labor movement in South