Warehouse workers, striking Walmart associates and hundreds of supporters visited Walmart's hometown for its annual shareholder meeting.Full Coverage Blog
Brave workers appealed to the state of California for safer working conditions.Blog Press Release
Thousands of people have called on Walmart to demand Javier Rodriguez, an outspoken leader, get his job back.More Information Video
Warehouse workers are making history. Read first-hand accounts from workers and supporters about the quest for safe warehousing jobs.
Warehouse workers who move merchandise destined for Walmart stores across the U.S. are standing up for better, safer jobs. Read more...
Make a donation to the Si Se Puede! Fund to provide assistance to workers who face retaliation for speaking up for better working conditions. Haga una donación al Fondo de Si Se Puede! Su donación apoyará a los trabajadores y sus familias, pero no es deducible de impuestos.
Walmart has an outsized influence on Southern California and on most communities in the U.S. Walmart is the world’s largest private company and its practices indirectly and directly affect the lives of millions of people. It pioneers practices of squeezing workers and contractors that degrade the quality of jobs and because of its size these poor standards become the industry standard. Lea mas aqui
The long arm of Walmart extends to many countries throughout the world primarily impacting developing countries and countries where labor is cheap and working conditions are easily exploited. Stories from the Walmart global supply chain illustrate the company’s profound effect on lowering wages and depressing working conditions internationally.