April 13, 2011
Demand justice for tobacco farmworkers!
Join us on May 6 in Winston-Salem as we stand and march with our tobacco farmworker brothers and sisters in their demand that Reynolds American accept its moral responsibility to address exploitation in its supply chain.
What: Picket outside the Reynolds American shareholders’ meeting and march in downtown W-S
When: Friday, May 6, 2011 at 10:00 AM; picket at 10:30; march to follow
Where: Start at Lloyd Presbyterian Church, 748 N Chestnut St., Winston Salem, NC 27101
Download the flyer for more information: May 6 March on Reynolds (PDF).
Tens of thousands of farmworkers travel to North Carolina each year for the tobacco harvest. They toil endless hours for sub-poverty wages under some of the most dangerous working conditions in the nation.
Reynolds American, Inc. reaps billions of dollars in profits each year, while farmworkers continue to face serious human rights abuses in the tobacco fields and labor camps. Though Reynolds does not directly employ farmworkers, it has a moral responsibility to address the exploitation in it’s supply chain.
For more information contact FLOC at 919-731-4433 or firstname.lastname@example.org