Join 1199SEIU, Workmen's Circle, Others in MLK Day "Fight for 15" March

Monday, January 18th
March begins: 3:15pm
Meet 2pm at National Action Network House of Justice 106 W. 145th St, marching to the Adam Clayton Powell State Office Building

On Monday, Jan. 18, hundreds of low-wage workers will march with Rev. Al Sharpton through Harlem in support of the $15 New York State minimum wage to honor Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. “No work is insignificant,” King famously declared. “All labor that uplifts humanity has dignity and importance.”

A $15 minimum wage would raise up more than 3 million working people and make New York a national leader in the effort to reward hard work with fair pay.  Workers will be marching in the spirit of King’s egalitarian vision, to make sure all New Yorkers can have dignity, security and the opportunity to build a better future for their children.

(United Healthcare Workers 119SEIU)

Screening at NY Taxi Worker Alliance

Screening at NY Taxi Worker Alliance

The Workers Unite Film Festival's "Spring into Action Film Series" continued in March with a screening focused on the struggles of garment workers historically in the United States and now around the world

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