Posts Tagged ‘Driscoll’s Boycott’

Support Farm Workers : Global Day of Action Against Driscolls

70,000 farm workers in the valley of San Quintin, Baja California have been demanding an increase in their daily wage, an 8 hour work day (instead of 12 hours), healthcare, overtime pay and vacation days and the legal recognition of their independent union and the signing of a collective bargaining agreement. These farm workers pick…

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MPP National Conference Call – September 2018

Listen to hear the latest from MPP with special guests Al Rojas and Cindy Sheehan. This month we discussed our groundbreaking Labor Community Campaign for an Independent Party, labor’s greatest break with the Democratic Party in years. We had Al Rojas, co-founder of the United Farm Workers of America with Cesar Chavez, to tell us…

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Breaking: Labor is Declaring its Independence

The labor movement has been the vanguard of the working class since the industrial revolution swept the world. But for decades unions and working people have found themselves without a political party. Labor has the power to change everything now. Unions have 15 million members and spend hundreds of millions of dollars on elections. Building…

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