On Black Friday, tell Walmart to respect workers

If Walmart doesn’t end its attempts to silence workers, workers will make Black Friday a very dark day for the company. Stand with Walmart strikers!

Sign the online petition

Attend the following rallies:

Black Friday Solidarity Rally in San Jose
WHEN: Friday, Nov. 23, Noon
WHERE: 777 Story Road, San Jose
For more information, contact Leila McCabe (South Bay Labor Council) at Leila4democracy@gmail.com or 408.893.4775.

Wednesday Solidarity Rally in Oakland
Join child care providers and community members who are saying “Walmart is not friendly to parents or children.”
Many Wal-Mart associates can’t depend on regular schedules that let them arrange stable child care and be great parents. And Wal-Mart’s low wages mean that many of its employees in Alameda County rely on state child care vouchers, vouchers that are in critically short supply.  With more than 200,000 California children on waiting lists for child care assistance, Wal-Mart’s cheap wages add to the crisis for all working families. We’re standing with Wal-Mart Workers for: Living wages & respect at work
Stable, family-friendly schedules
Child care services for our community
WHEN: Wednesday, Nov. 21 at 11 a.m.
WHERE: the Walmart on 8400 Edgewater Drive in Oakland

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