These past four months in a global pandemic have laid bare what we all knew: our country is rooted in white supremacy that fuels an unjust economic and political system.

Millions of people across our country have lost their jobs, have not received proper PPE as essential workers, are not able to pay rent or student loans, and are struggling to find an equitable way forward. 

Tomorrow, on Monday, July 20th, we’re joining SEIU and hundreds of organizations for the #StrikeforBlackLives Day of Action. Black communities are disproportionately impacted by fossil fuels, police violence, and COVID-19. Until Black people can thrive, none of our communities can thrive. 

Jeanne, will you join a strike, walkout, or worker action near you tomorrow to demand racial and economic justice?

There are four key demands for tomorrow’s Strike for Black lives:

  1. Justice for Black communities, with an unequivocal declaration that Black Lives Matter, is a necessary first step to winning justice for all workers. To win higher wages, better jobs, and Unions for All, we must ensure that Black workers can build economic power.
  2. Elected officials and candidates at every level use their executive, legislative, and regulatory authority to begin to rewrite the rules and reimagine our economy and democracy so that Black communities can thrive.
  3. Corporations take immediate action to dismantle racism, white supremacy, and economic exploitation wherever it exists, including in our workplaces.
  4. Every worker has the opportunity to form a union, no matter where they work.

This moment of crisis has created new opportunities for connection, for building the path forward together, and declaring that we will not return to “normal.” Join an action tomorrow and fight with us for a more just and equitable future.

Take Action →If you can’t join an action, take the 8:46 pledge in honor of George Floyd. You can kneel, take silence, or walk out from your place of work.

In solidarity,

350 Team


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