“But organizers say the union effort is not a fight over a $15 or $16 wage — though Amazon founder Jeff Bezos made nearly $75 billion in 2020. It is a matter of morality, of just who will make money off their labors. It’s a question of good and evil, about what is righteous, and just, and fair. For these workers and the organizers who have traveled from across the South to support their unionization effort, this is their David and Goliath story. What they want is dignity.” Vox’s Kim Kelly takes you to Bessemer, Alabama, a town of 27,000 that has become home to the the most important labor battle in the country. An Unholy Union. (This David vs Goliath story has a new twist: Goliath sells sling shots, and they’re available for next day delivery…)