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Statement on Police Brutality and the Current Uprising

On the Police Killing of Black People and the Current Uprising   We grieve for the lives of Breonna Taylor, George Floyd, Tony Mcdade, Ahmaud Arbery, Nina Pop and countless other Black people killed by police. We stand in solidarity with those who are rising up against police brutality, white supremacy and racial injustice across the nation […]

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Los Angeles Amazon Workers file Health and Safety Complaints

The Warehouse Worker Resource Center has supported workers at a Delivery Center in Los Angeles- DLA 8- to file Health and Safety complaints against the Amazon facility. The allegations include serious and unsafe conditions posed by COVID-19 and the likelihood of exposure to the virus because of cross contamination of products, inadequate control measures to […]

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WWRC is Hiring an Organizer

Organizer Based in Ontario, CA The Warehouse Worker Resource Center is seeking an experienced Organizer to grow the leadership of warehouse workers by developing and carrying out strategic campaigns for a growing and dynamic nonprofit organization. About the Warehouse Worker Resource Center The WWRC is a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the lives of warehouse […]

Amazon Workers in Southern CA File Health and Safety Complaints

The Warehouse Worker Resource Center in support of Amazonians United IE, a group of workers at Amazon’s LGB 3 Fulfullment Center in Eastvale, CA, filed complaints alleging serious health and safety issues regarding Amazon’s response to the Coronavirus outbreak in its facility.   Click to view full —–> Complaint to Riverside Public Health Click to […]

Stay Safe during COVID-19 for Amazon and other Essential Workers

These are dangerous times, and many employers are not providing workers with appropriate information or protective equipment. Learn about your rights at the workplace from attorneys, occupational health and safety professionals and WWRC worker rights advocates! #WorkerSafety #WeAreAthena Stay Safe from Covid-19 for Amazon and Other Essential WorkersThese are dangerous times, and many employers are not […]

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WWRC is Hiring a Research and Policy Director

The Warehouse Worker Resource Center is seeking a qualified Research and Policy Director to lead our policy campaigns and provide strategic research for our work fighting for justice among warehouse workers.  This is a senior position for a campaigner experienced in producing strategic policy, legal and research tools in support of corporate campaigns to change […]

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The Year in WWRC

It has been a great year for the Warehouse Worker Resource Center. Here are some highlights of our efforts in 2019- through education, organizing and action. Building New Community Spaces WWRC began the year launching the Justice Hub, a space we share with seven other community partners- Inland Coalition for Immigrant Justice, Pomona Economic Opportunity […]

Inland Empire Pollution is Inescapabale

This following clip shows how the surge of warehousing and trucking has had detrimental impacts on the quality of air in Inland Empire communities. The rise and dominance of the logistics industry has hit the area hard and we have paid for it with the quality of our air and the breadth of the employment […]

San Bernardino’s Climate Strike

On September 20th, the Warehouse Worker Resource Center participated in an action in San Bernardino as part of the Global Climate Strike, a movement to address the worsening effects of climate change. The Global Climate Strike has been led by youth activists across the world with strikes being organized in 150 different countries. We worked […]