Fast Food Workers Strike, Occupy the Hood Rally + Sen. Gretchen Whitmer Speaks Out Against Right to Work Legislation

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Workers Of The World Unite!

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PressTVGlobalNews, Dec 7, 2012

Hundreds of demonstrators have gathered in the heart of New York City’s Time Square to demand higher wages and denounce harsh working conditions without benefits.

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PressTVGlobalNews, Dec 6, 2012

Fast food restaurant workers in NYC united for an unprecedented strike to call for better wages and the right to form unions without interference. Los Angeles was also rocked by striking Disney workers who called time to protest Mickey Mouse wages and “Donald Dire” work conditions. Direct Street actions and civil disobedience protests also in LA showed the people are not giving up the fight against Deutsche Bank.

The 3rd Take Back City Hall rally saw Occupy the Hood Milwaukee march against police terror, poverty and misrepresentation of the people. Chicago 99ers dug deep once again for Stop the School to Prison Pipeline: A Forum organized by Illinois Campaign to End what they call the New Jim Crow laws.

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Senator Gretchen Whitmer Speaks Out Against Right to Work Legislation

MISenDems, Dec 6, 2012

Senate Democratic Leader joins her colleagues and the people of Michigan in speaking out against the damaging “Right to Work” legislation being pushed by Republican legislators.

see also:

http://www.pslweb.org/liberationnews/news/michigans-right-to-work-law.html

see

Why They Strike

Michael Hudson: Lower wages and Grab-it-a-zation

America The Gutted

Fight Back, Live Better by Alan Maass + Wal-Mart Workers in 12 States Stage Historic Strikes

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