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A Message to the Moral Monday Movement June 16th, 2014

by June 15, 2014

WORKERS DEMAND YOUR RIGHTS The RIGHT to a voice and power at work is a Human Right! A Message to the Moral Monday Movement June 16th, 2014: Raise the minimum wage to $15/hr. Repeal GS 95-98, Collective Bargain-ing Rights for All Public Workers! NO to HB 677 Read more »

International Workers Day 2014

by April 17, 2014

May 1, 2014 International Workers Day The South Pulls Together and Unites for Universal Worker Rights and Decolonization of Labor and Migration Join a march near you, Thursday, May 1: San Antonio, Texas – 6:00pm, Milam Park, 500 W Houston St, San Antonio, Texas 78207. Contact Southwest Read more »

CWA, Allies in Tennessee Tell Lawmakers ‘Put the People First’

by March 15, 2014
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Campus Workers United – Communications Workers of America are a founding member of the Southern Workers Assembly. Their recent action in Nashville, Tennessee is an important example of workers taking the lead in spreading the growing mass fight back against the attacks on the working-class and oppressed. The Southern Workers Assembly is Read more »

Action Alert: Stand with Chris

by March 4, 2014
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Disrespect for healthcare workers is disrespect for patients and harmful to quality care!   Healthcare Workers’ United Charleston, SC February 27, 2014         Sign the petition demanding that Chris be re-instated! South Carolina Activist Fired from Hospital after 19 Years of Service Christine Nelson, a Read more »

San Antonio Workers Rights Roundtable Launches Worker Assembly

by January 28, 2014
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Submitted by Joaquin Abrego The San Antonio, Texas section of the Southern Workers Assembly convened a workers rights roundtable on January 16, 2014. The roundtable emerged from conversations between the Southwest Workers Union and Julie Rogers of the National Nurses Union. Both organizations were organizing workers in San Antonio Read more »