• Farm Laborers Launch Boycott of Reynolds VUSE e-Cigs

    Until Reynolds signs an agreement guaranteeing farmworkers freedom of association and the right to collectively negotiate for safe and humane working and living conditions and for a fair return on their work, join us in boycotting the VUSE e-cigarette brand!

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  • Report: Mondelēz-Nabisco Exploits Workers, Damages Communities

    Interfaith Worker Justice recently published a report following a four-month international investigation into Mondelēz outsourcing of good, family-sustaining jobs to Mexico where workers only make about a dollar an hour.

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  • Support the Nabisco/Mondelez Shareholder Showdown May 17th

    Last year, Nabisco/Mondelēz’ CEO Irene Rosenfeld got paid $8,029 per hour to eliminate 600 good, middle-class jobs in Chicago in order to outsource Nabisco production to Mexico and exploit working families for $1 per hour.

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  • Boycott Donald Trump Solidarity Picket Oct. 19th in Charlotte

    Donald Trump refuses to negotiate with his Las Vegas hotel workers, so UNITE HERE Local 23, which represents workers at Charlotte’s airport, is calling for a solidarity picket of Donald Trump’s swanky golf resort on Lake Norman.

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  • Boycott American Crystal Sugar products

    Sugar shouldn’t leave a bitter taste in your mouth. That’s why we are calling on American Crystal Sugar to end the 14-month lockout of its workers, members of BCTGM. Until Crystal Sugar agrees to end the lockout, the AFL-CIO will call for a boycott of the company’s products.

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  • AFL-CIO supports boycott of Palermo’s pizza

    Show your solidarity with the striking workers of Palermo’s by honoring the boycott until the company ends its unlawful efforts to interfere with the right of its workers to organize and bargain for a safer workplace and a better life..

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  • Mott’s Workers Need Your Support

    Corporate greed has a new poster child The very profitable food & beverage company, the Dr. Pepper Snapple Group (DPS) and its President and CEO, Larry Young, apparently are trying to win the race for greediest corporation. DPS made $555 million in net profit for 2009, has profited each of the last five years, and […]

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