Unite with Nabisco Workers in the U.S and across the Globe!
Nabisco workers have been standing up for their rights, their jobs, and their communities in the face of pure corporate greed on the part of Mondelez International, multi-national corporate owner of Nabisco and exploiter of working people globally. In 2016, Nabisco/Mondelez outsourced production of Oreos and other popular Nabisco brands, eliminating 600 union jobs in Chicago and building a factory just across the Texas border in Salinas, Mexico, where they pay workers roughly $1 per hour. In our fight against the corporate race to the bottom, we are supporting the Nabisco workers fight by demanding our universities stop supporting this exploitative business model by no longer selling these products on our campuses! Learn more about how your campus can support Nabisco workers here and check out fightforamericanjobs.org for more info!
Fight for $15
We support Fast Food workers’ national campaign, which looks to raise wages in the industry to a living wage of $15/hour and garner the right to organize unions, in over 150 cities. Check out these photos from USASers walking picket lines with the workers!
- Join us TODAY for the biggest strike yet for 15 and a union!
TODAY, thousands of underpaid fast food workers are launching the largest nationwide Fight for $15 strike in history. And we’re bringing the fight back to our campuses – will you join us?
We support Walmart workers’ efforts to form unions, from subcontracted warehouse workers and seafood suppliers to retail store employees around the country.
- Organization United for Respect at Walmart (OUR Walmart)
- Making Change at Walmart
- Warehouse Workers United
- Warehouse Workers for Justice
- USAS Protests Announcement of Gap and Walmart’s Fake Safety Scheme
Walmart and Gap, two corporations whose failure to protect worker safety has led to numerous worker deaths in Bangladesh, today announced…
- A Day of Mourning for Murdered Garment Workers
“I jumped to save my body, not my life.” Those were the words of Sumi Abedin, a Bangladeshi garment worker and survivor of the Tazreen factory fire…