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  1. Julie Amato says:

    I Hope I was a able to sigh the Petition….I kept clicking, but there didn’t seem to be a response, or anything that said it was signed…..check it out…thanks….Julie

  2. Robert Poulsen says:

    Labor intimidation is cowardly. Give people a living wage and then they can buy your products. Greed is NOT a virtue.

  3. Alice Ekins says:

    It’s reprehensible that on this day and age we still haveob brutality taking vengeance against peaceful demonstrators. These criminals should be imprisoned along with the Ealton family for their heartless practices.

  4. Steven B. Combes says:

    I had the same problem with the submit button. I’m still not sure if my info went thru.
    STOP THE GLUTTONY!!

  5. J. Tuttle says:

    Unfortunately, hatred of organized labor has existed for decades. It’s continuously pounded into our heads by the corporate-owned mass media, so the public turns a blind eye to the employment of slave labor and the treatment that comes with the practice. I mean, come on folks, where do you think that shirts for $5.99 come from?!?! Regardless, I’m very happy to read that the WWU has provided a forum from which the victims of slave labor can be heard. Wake up America!

  6. Vivian Schatz says:

    The garment workers need to be protected from violence.

  7. nina greenberg says:

    This kind of oppression must end.

  8. Aric Cummings says:

    Please America stop buying products from Wal-Mart stores.We need to step up and open our eyes what is going on with the employees.

  9. [...] you’re so inclined, please join us in signing the petition that is asking Walmart to demand the workers’ reinstatement and provide a better working environment for its employees. And consider joining me and others [...]

  10. Noe Calero. says:

    Es un acto de cobardía, lo que hicieron estos señores gerentes de estas empresas, manipulando a los trabajadores para agredir a los que están defendiendo sus derechos, unamos en esta lucha, xq esto esta comenzando, corran la voz y apoyenos en esta lucha que nuestro enemigo son los violadores de los derechos laborales de los obreros de zona franca, unidos y organizados triunfaremos, si quieren tener mas detalle sobre esta situación pueden ingresar a mi facebook Noe calero garcía, y ahí encontraran la lucha desde el lugar de los hechos,, y comente,, siempre en la lucha para que se nos respecten nuestro derechos como trabajador, Ni un paso atrás.

  11. Noe Calero. says:

    No es justo que los trabajadores de zona franca en Nicaragua, estemos condenado a 4 años con un salario miserable del 8%. es injusto ya que elaboramos prenda de vestir de grandes marcas tales como Levis, Carhart, adidas, Walmart,Dikies, Magdonal, perry EL, Grey Anatomy etc, que vende su productos a un costo elevado. es hora que estas marcas se pongan la manos en su conciencia y exijan que sus proveedores paguen los justo a sus colaboradores, ya que solo recibimos maltratos, y un salario que solo nos alcanza para medio comer, tenemos metas de producion inalcanzable que los únicos beneficiados son los empresarios xq así no pagan mas del salario mínimo. Todos los trabajadores de zona franca de Nicaragua necesitamos de su gran apoyo, de su solidaridad que esta lucha apena comienza. Lucharemos para que se nos restituya nuestros derechos xq derechos que no se defienden es derechos que se pierde. si quieres mas información ingresa a mi facebook noe calero garcía. y veres fotos y vídeos de la situación actual que estamos atravesando comenta y compártelo. que la lucha a pena comienza. ni un paso atras.. solo el pueblo salva al pueblo.

  12. [...] you’re so inclined, please join us in signing the petition that is asking Walmart to demand the workers’ reinstatement and provide a better working environment for its employees. And consider joining me and others [...]

  13. Jeremy Hayes says:

    I just watched the Video on Live leak, and I am truly appalled, and I will never shop at walmart again! All this company cares about is it’s share holders! They do do charity in North America, meanwhile they promote and endorse Sweatshop, slave labor, and take advantage of third world Countries citizens all for the mighty dollar.. They cant and will not have garment factories in North America, as they know it would cost too much to make…. I stand by you all, and you all need to UNITE! You should all Walk off the Job, and Picket around the factory.. They can not and will not FIRE you all, as they would tank…. As for the Harsh management, I would follow them home, and picket in front of their homes! I do hope and pray you all get the fair wages, and a union in place to protect yourselves! VIVA LA REVOLUTION!

  14. [...] Rights Consortium. You can learn more about the WRC investigation of the violent attack here: http://www.warehouseworkersunited.org… Read more [...]

  15. Les Morr says:

    That’s exactly what the Republicans want for this country,and they have a real good start.Boehner,and Cantor,and Mitch the bitch.would like nothing better.

  16. Les Morr says:

    You’re 100% right Jeremy,Slavery is alive and well, there was just a change of venue.

  17. [...] from foreign suppliers who pay thugs to brutally attack workers who attempt to unionize or even speak out against abysmal working [...]