February 16, 2018
Only by working together can we #UnrigTheSystem
As the Supreme Court prepares to hear Janus v. AFSCME, thousands of working people will join together in cities across the country to take a stand for our freedoms and defy a system rigged against working people.
On February 24, join thousands of working people and our allies standing up for our freedoms and demanding an end to a system that’s rigged against us. We will rise up and fight.
Fight for the freedom to come together in strong unions.
Fight for equitable pay.
Fight for affordable health care.
Fight for quality schools.
Fight for vibrant communities.
Fight for a secure future for all of us.
Ways you can help
When we join forces and stick together, we are unstoppable.
- Attend the Working People’s Day of Action national rally in Washington, DC! Click here for details.
- Join the ThunderClap. Click here to add the support of your social media networks.
- Update your profile and cover photo on Facebook and Twitter with these graphics.
- Use our hashtags #UnrigtheSystem and #ItsAboutFreedom to share why you stand with working people.
- Share the latest news about Janus v. AFSCME and the day of action.
- Share this op-ed by North Carolina State House Rep. Pricey Harrison.
- Write a letter to the editor in support of our freedom to join in strong unions to unrig the system against working people.
- Share this video on Facebook and Twitter:
More about the Day of Action
The Working People’s Day of Action is about demanding an end to the rigged economy and defending our freedoms. On February 24, we will stand up for the freedom of working people to come together and fight for decent and equitable pay for our work, affordable health care, quality schools, vibrant communities and a secure future for all of us.
Wealthy special interests, backed by the Trump Administration, want the Supreme Court to rig the economy even more in their favor with a case called Janus v. AFSCME Council 31. The forces behind this case simply do not believe that working people should have the same freedoms and opportunities as they do. The case will be heard on February 26.
If the Supreme Court sides with the corporate interests, it would make it easier to divide working people and limit their power in numbers because unions give workers – particularly women and people of color – a powerful voice in speaking up for themselves, their families and their communities.
For more information about the Working People’s Day of Action, visit www.ItsAboutFreedom.org.