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ESSN supports the right of workers to organize and collective bargaining for better working conditions and we expect employers to bargaining in good faith so we get outcomes that benefits all parties. 

Local Solidarity Campaigns & Actions 

National Campaigns & Actions

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Starbucks Organizing Campaign 


In support of: Starbucks workers in Buffalo NY. 


Starbucks is pulling out all the stops to bust organizing efforts by 70 workers at 3 Starbucks in Buffalo. If they can organize they will be the first Starbucks to Unionize. 

Local Actions: TBD

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IATSE Strike


Solidarity Actions for non-local strike

In support of: IATSE workers in California 

IATSE president Matthew Loeb says that the union will go on strike Monday unless a deal is reached in the next few days.

Local Actions: TBD

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John Deer Strike 


Solidary Actions for a non-local strike

In support of: United Autor Workers (UAW) 

UAW John Deere members struck at midnight October 14th, after the company failed to present an agreement that met our members' demand and needs. "Our members at John Deere strike for the ability to earn a decent living, retire with dignity and establish fair work rules" said Chuck Browning, Vice President and director of the UAW's Agricultural Implement Department. "We stay committed to bargaining until our members' goals are achieved."

Local Actions: TBD

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Kellogs Strike


Solidarity Actions for non-local strike

In support of: The Bakery, Confectionery, Tobacco Workers and Grain Millers Union


On October 5, 1,400 BCTGM members at Kellogg’s cereal plants in Battle Creek, Mich. (Local 3G), Omaha, Neb. (Local 50G), Lancaster, Pa. (Local 374G) and Memphis, Tenn. (Local 252G) took a stand on the future of their workforce by going on STRIKE. 

Local Actions: TBD

From BCTGM: Link to 5 ways you can support striking workers at Kellogg's 

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Dollar General Unionizing Campaign 


Solidarity Actions for non-local Organizing Campaign 

In support of: Workers in Barkhamsted, CT attempting to unionize under UFCW. 


Currently, none of the thousands of Dollar General retail stores are unionized, as the company is aggressively opposed to unions with a company philosophy of remaining “union free”. Yet a handful of workers at a Dollar General store in Barkhamsted, Connecticut, are pushing to change that, with a union election scheduled for 22 October to join the United Food and Commercial Workers Union (UFCW).

Local Actions: TBD

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