Join the Week of #WageAction

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for websiteSaturday, August 30, Noon
Workers’ Mass for the Dignity of Labor
@ Seaport Chapel, 56 Northern Ave., South Boston
(Shuttles avail. from South Station red line)

Monday, September 1, 9:00 AM
Greater Boston Labor Council Breakfast @ Park Plaza

Monday, September 1, 11:00 AM
5th Annual Labor Day March & Rally for Good Jobs
@ Boston Commons Bandstand
(Green/Red lines: Park St. Station)

Tuesday, September 2, All Day
Online Day of Digital #WageAction
Speak out online for worker justice with #WageAction!

Thursday, September 4, 10:00 AM
All Out for Low-Wage Worker Mobilization & March
Including Home Care Worker Speakout for $15
and other actions.
Meet at State House steps, Beacon St., Boston, MA

Across the country and across industries, low-wage workers are standing up to join the Fight for $15! On June 12th, the Fight for $15 kicked off in Massachusetts as hundreds of workers took to the streets at the #WageAction rallies against wage inequality. Together, we’re fighting for good jobs and strong communities. In coming weeks, we’re taking our advocacy to the next level! Workers in fast food, retail, home care, transportation, education, and more will be mobilizing to Fight for $15 and a union. We’ve seen workers win $15/hr in Seattle. Now, we’re gaining momentum every day in this struggle. Join us!

For more information, email wageaction@gmail.com


Sick of working too hard for not enough pay?
Tired of corporations taking more than their share?
Think workers should earn enough to support their families?
Join the movement!

Too many low wage workers are trapped in poverty. We are tired of being pitted against each other in a race to the bottom. On June 12, low wage workers and their supporters across Massachusetts rallied together for:

  • Better wages—including a higher minimum wage to help lift up all low wage jobs.
  • Living wage jobs for all.
  • Respect and a voice at work to protect our rights and improve our lives and communities.

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