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Two Workers Fired in the Name of Walmart’s Bottom Line

Pictured here: Girshriela Green and Santos Castaneda, two leaders fired in the fight to improve working conditions and jobs in the Walmart supply chain. Walmart fired Girshriela Green just days after she spoke to thousands at the June 30 Chinatown protest.  Castaneda was fired from his job moving Walmart goods after he spoke up about […]


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PHOTOS: No more #brokenbodies.

View the photos of workers delivering a Cal/OSHA complaint to end dangerous working conditions at critical Walmart-contracted warehouse. Mira las fotos de los trabajadores de bodega entregando la queja que pusieron con Cal/OSHA para terminar las peligrosas condiciones de trabajo en una de las bodegas mas importantes sub-contratada por Walmart.


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WWU – A Call to Action

Pitzer College Media Studies students produced a video this fall about the struggle that workers at the NFI warehouses in Chino, California have undertaken to improve health and safety conditions at their warehouses. These giant warehouses move goods for Walmart, Kmart and other major corporations. In the video, the workers speak for themselves about the […]


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Victory! Santos Rehired!

Over 3,300 of you signed the petition to tell Walmart subcontractor NFI to rehire Santos after he was fired for speaking out about the dangerous conditions in his workplace. Thank you for your support! Although workers have been intimidated, they continue in their struggle to make Inland Empire warehouses safe places to work. This illustrates […]


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Walmart Subcontractor Logistics Firm NFI Industries Launches Intimidation Tactics to Silence Workers on Dangerous Health and Safety Violations

Workers around the nation will benefit from a recent National Labor Relations Board ruling requiring companies to post workers’ rights, but workers at NFI Industries in the Inland Empire of Southern California, a major logistics subcontractor for Walmart and other retailers, face retaliation for practicing their right to organize around health and safety violations. Chino, […]


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