• Fast Food workers in South subject of new mini-documentary

    Check out this great mini-documentary on low-wage worker organizing in the South to learn what it’s all about, with strike footage and interviews with fast food workers and labor and civil rights leaders.

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  • McDonald’s ‘right to work’ wrongs

    Senior supervisors at McDonald’s thought they could use ‘right to work’ to intimidate this volunteer strike supporter. It didn’t work.

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  • Recap of Dec. 5th Fast Food Strike

    Fast food strikes are for our future, for our families, and for rebuilding the middle class.

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  • Black Friday protests loom as Walmart hits a new low

    Join Walmart workers on November 29 to call for decent wages, not handouts, poverty pay, threats and retaliation.

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  • Unprecedented: Black Friday at Walmart

    Walmart workers made history last Friday by pulling off on one of the biggest shopping days of the year what Josh Eidelson, writing for The Nation, called “the largest-ever US strike against the largest employer in the world.”

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  • Victory for Mott’s Workers

    3-month strike ends with new contract Good news from the AFL-CIO Blog: More than three months after walking out, the 300-plus workers at Mott’s upstate New York applesauce plant declared victory after ratifying a new contract yesterday. The workers will return to work on Monday, Sept. 20, on what would have been the 121st day of the […]

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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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