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  1. I.B.T. LOCAL 600 GOLDEN AGE RETIREES CLUB says:

    AMERICAN DEMOCRACY FOR AMERICAN

    WORKERS. VOTE UNION.

    VOTE TEAMSTERS…

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  2. [...] in Southern California returned to work after a 15-day strike after winning safety improvements, according to West Coast-based Warehouse Workers United.  Earlier this year OSHA fined a Walmart subcontractor there for over 60 [...]

  3. Clarence Cunningham says:

    I’m glad that the protester were able to win some concessions from WalMart as they become the biggest deterent to unionization. I’m with you all the way.

  4. [...] On Friday, September 28th, all workers from Walmart-contracted warehouses were back at work after winning better working conditions. In addition to going on a 15-day strike, workers took part in a 50 mile “WalMarch” in Southern California. Learn more about this victory here. [...]

  5. [...] has been a busy time for retail workers and their allies around the world.   California warehouse workers wrapped up their two week, 50 mile pilgrimage for safe work, having built mass support for their [...]

  6. [...] over to the Warehouse Workers United blog for more information on the ongoing fight to improve conditions for all workers in the Walmart [...]

  7. [...] the California warehouse workers returned to work on October 5 with the promise that their work environment will change, it represented a [...]

  8. [...] “Workers at a Southern California warehouse that moves Walmart merchandise returned to work after a 15-day strike that included a six-day, 50-mile pilgrimage for safe jobs.” [source] [...]