Haitian Garment Workers Go On Strike!
by Winter Storm
Workers on strike on Friday May 19, 2017
On May 19, 2017 4,000 Haitian garment workers went on strike with three demands:
- A minimum wage adjustment to 300 to
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Against War and Dictators!
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By Gustavo Rodríguez
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Dear Friends, Comrades & Fellow/Sister Workers,
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According to …Read more