@hypnotoadbrwowrowrow: Both of those are accurate edits, but the second changes what I was trying to say a little. In that second sentence, my intention is: "I believe that talking openly about..., and [I also believe] that workers...," not to "I believe that talking openly..., and workers organizing...").In effect, by using "that" twice, I'm trying to bring "I believe" back into the second clause. I do that because I'm using "I believe" as a qualifier to signal a softer position here, partially as a rhetorical technique and partially because I actually do think it's worth taking a soft and nuanced approach. Reminding the reader that this is what "I believe" or "I think" isn't necessary (because of course this is what I think or believe, I'm the author!) but it's a way to make clear that I don't think I'm speaking from a position of infallibility or perfect knowledge! (Leaving it unedited because I like showing the behind the scenes on some of my writing choices!)First one is dead on though!