Yonatan Miller is a tech worker and trade union organizer from New York who considers Berlin home. He recently graduated from a Master’s Programme in Labour Policies and Globalisation, where he furthered his knowledge of the organizing challenges of global solidarity in the tech sector. He co-founded the Berlin Tech Workers Coalition, and he is an activist within the Berlin Vs Amazon alliance. He does not believe there are shortcuts to organizing. When he is not busy fighting for justice, he can be found tweeting raccoon memes and sipping coffee on his twitter handle @shushugah. Tech Won’t Save Us, Organize!
Updated November 2021
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Tech Won't Build It
For the past decade, Yonatan has been holding large tech companies accountable. His Landecker Democracy Fellowship project aims to empower content moderators, educating them what their range of tools are, from legal action in the cases of blatant violations to softer advocacy, to ensure social media platforms are tools of legitimate discourse.
Gorillas: The startup delivery company with blurred power structures
Landecker Fellow Yonatan Miller was recently cited in an article by Morgan Meaker in WIRED Magasine. The piece untitled "Europe went bananas for Gorillas. Then its workers rose up" digs into the delivery app and its unfavorable working conditions.