Workers rising up
Walmart had a canned food drive for its own underpaid workers. McDonalds encourage their workers to "take small bites," sell holiday gifts, and get food stamps. In these times of extreme wealth gap between rich and poor, workers are rising up to demand fair wages, labor protections, and dignity.
Stop the Presses CSS partnered with United Workers Congress to launch a new web series called Stop the Presses about communications and workers rights. Our piliot episode, hosted bu Joseph Phelan and CSS Co-Founder Doyle Canning feautured Aimee Castenell of Color of Change, Andrea Dehlendorf of Our Walmart, and Jonathan Williams of Jobs with Justice, reflecting on the Black Friday protests. Want to be informed of future Stop the Presses programs? Sign-up here.
California addresses a historic inequity—guarantees daily overtime pay for thousands of domestic workers
Read more by The National Domestic Workers Alliance
DOMESTIC WORKERS WIN HISTORIC LEGISLATION IN CA