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Low wage workers strike from coast to coast, across US South

by November 19, 2015
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A wave of strikes and protests by low-wage workers fighting for a $15 minimum hourly wage and a union swept the U.S. on Nov. 10, and made this the largest day of action ever as this movement enters its third year. From Boston to Los Angeles; Seattle to Chicago; New Read more »

S.W.A. Supports Days of Grace

by August 11, 2015
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Days of Grace March and Rally Charleston, S.C. www.daysofgracecharleston.org Labor Day Weekend September 5, 9:00am: National Mass March & Rally Southern Workers Assembly Meeting: 12:30pm (immediately following the march) at ILA local 1422 Union hall 1142 Morrison Dr. Charleston SC Strategy Read more »

Aug 9: All Out for Solidarity City!

by July 30, 2014
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Aug 9: All Out for Solidarity City! Workers Fighting To Organize the South! August 9 | 10am-5pm | 803 Harris St, Goldsboro, NC Visit the Facebook Event Page On Saturday, August 9 workers from across NC and other Southern states will gather in Goldsboro, NC Read more »

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 »

SWA Salutes Teachers Resistance To Education Cuts in NC – Moral Monday Action, June 9, 2014

by June 14, 2014
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Onwards to building local Worker Assemblies ! Thousands of teachers, bus drivers, housekeepers, kitchen and other education workers, along with students and parents from hundreds of schools across the state of North Carolina have been organizing over the past year, starting with the incredible “walk-in” at school flag poles on Read more »