Before late 2016, Larry Organ considered electric car maker
“At that time, my next door neighbor had a Tesla,” the 60-year-old civil rights attorney said from his office above a pizza parlor just north of San Francisco on a rainy December day. “I thought Tesla was an amazing company — they are trying to change the world and save the planet from global warming.”
Then he got a call from DeWitt Lambert — a call that would launch him on an odyssey on behalf of Black workers against what is now the world’s most valuable automaker.
Lambert, a Black ...