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Los Angeles Fightback

by June 3, 2014

Citywide LA Workers Assembly! We meet every Saturday; 3 pm; Harriet Tubman Center after outreach & petitioning. All are welcome! Join us for  how you can help end poverty wages in Los Angeles, fight police terror & support our communities. Call: 323-306-6240; email: LAWorkersAssembly@gmail.com. Facebook. www.laworkersassembly.org (used during 2015 $15/hr campaign). Harriet Tubman Center, 5278 W […]

 

May 15, 2014 Global Strike Roundup

by May 29, 2014

Raise Wages: Global fast food strike demands Union Something new happened on the planet May 15, 2014. Low-wage workers in the fast food industry and their supporters went on strike and took part in protests in over 150 US cities, including 56 where there had been no previous actions recently, and internationally in 93 cities […]

 

May 15 Global Protests/LA June 4

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Raise Wages: Global fast food strike demands Union Something new happened on the planet May 15, 2014. Low-wage workers in the fast food industry and their supporters went on strike and took part in protests in over 150 US cities, including 56 where there had been no previous actions recently, and internationally in 93 cities […]

 

May 15, 2014 Global Fast Food Workers Strike/Protest

by May 11, 2014

A Call for Solidarity with the Global Fast Food Workers Strike On May 15 workers – in more than 150 US cities & 33 countries – will hold the first & largest in history global strike/protest for a living wage & the right to unionize. THE LOW WAGE WORKER STRUGGLE IS GOING GLOBAL Post to FaceBook what your […]

 

Detroit Fightback

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“It’s not one thing. It’s everything.” Weekly organizer meetings Mon 7 pm 5920 Second Ave.(near Antoinette), Detroit. Accessible ramp at side entrance; phone: 313-680-5508, 248-470-0296; moratorium-mi.org . Facebook. email:moratorium@moratorium-mi.org;  For Black Lives Matter/Stop police terror actions see also mecawi.org  &/or Michigan Peoples Defense Network. See article : Dr. King’s Struggle Legacy & the Current Crises of the Cities:  …Attacks On Unions, […]