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Today on Your Call: How do you organize without a union?
On today's Your Call, we’ll talk about effective organizing tactics for non-union workers. Internal Walmart documents show that the company fears employee uprisings. They have no collective bargaining power. Are their tactics working? What can we learn from their actions and those of other non-unionized workforces? Join us at 10am Pacific or post a comment here. Have you organized on the workplace without being in a union? It’s Your Call with Rose Aguilar, and you.
Josh Eidelson, covers labor issues for Salon and In These Times
Pam Davis, Walmart worker and a leader in OUR Walmart
Kimi Lee, national coordinator with the United Workers' Congress
National Domestic Workers Alliance: CA Domestic Workers Bill of Rights
International Supermarket News: Richmond Walmart Workers Demonstrate Sit-In inside Store, Then Walk Off the Job
The Majority Report: Josh Eidelson: Walmart Strikers Eye Black Friday
For organizing educators:
Stand with Walmart retail workers who are committing to reclaim Black Friday—the busiest shopping day of the year—for workers and customers in our communities. Following on the heels of the first-ever strikes by Walmart workers across the country, Bay Area Walmart workers are asking for our solidarity and support.
Come to this community briefing to hear from local OUR Walmart members, get an update on the campaign.
When: Saturday, November 10, 2012
Time: 10 - 12
Where: California Nurses Association Office – 2000 Franklin St. – conference room (close to 19th street BART)