Support Striking Workers For May 1!

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CTUL says
We know the Twin Cities couldn't run without the labor of low wage workers and immigrants, however, workers and immigrants striking on May 1st may face retaliation from their employers for organizing in the workplace. Let's build a strong network of people to stand in solidarity against retaliation in the Twin Cities!

Join us at an event put on by Convergence Twin Cities on April 27th to learn "how we are pushing back right now and how we can build long-term strategies for advancing worker and immigrant rights in the Twin Cities and beyond."

Full event description below. The first hour will be panel conversations and the second hour will be small group trainings- one of which will be about how to get involved in the anti-retaliation network for May 1! We hope to see you there.

You can also find more information on the form below and sign-up to be a part of a rapid response text network to stand against retaliation for organizing in the workplace.

https://docs.google.com/a/ctul.net/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScnQ-jbxlCklfHLexpPCeEBYyGGUhns6oPaqknTjyKfU2fBVA/viewform

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Full event text can be found below or on this facebook page:
https://www.facebook.com/events/193967391109055/

Workers’ rights are being scaled back. Immigrants are under attack.

In advance of May Day, join local activists, organizers and educators to share stories and build long-term strategies for advancing worker and immigrant rights in the Twin Cities and beyond. Help build the movement!

Social hour and training sessions to follow.

Panelists confirmed from: CTUL, RadAzns, MIRAC, Differences Organized, SEIU local 26, UMN Faculty, and others.

Event Lineup (6-8pm):

1. Opening

2. Panel Conversation
Panelists from various immigrant & labor rights organizations will share their thoughts on the following questions:
How are labor rights also immigrant rights?
What campaigns are your organizations engaged in?
What does May 1 mean to you and how does your organization participate?
What are your most pressing needs, and how can people join you?

3. Social Hour and Small Group Trainings
An opportunity to meet, talk, brainstorm and prepare.

4. Event officially concludes at 8pm, feel free to stick around, drink and chat.

Convergence Twin Cities is a group of activists, educators, students and organizers that stage public forums for left organizing and politics.
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By: CTUL

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