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Black Friday At The Walmart In Decatur, ga.


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Does your job provide you with enough income to support yourself and your family? Does your employer provide an affordable health care plan for you? Are you threatened with being fired if you make suggestions to improve the workplace or customer service? Does your employer value you as a human being? The answer to these questions is "NO" for many Walmart workers around the U.S. Walmart is the largest employer in America, yet 80% of it's employees are on either food stamps or some form of government assistance. And many have been fired for trying to join or form a union. On "Black Friday", Nov. 23rd, 2012, Walmart workers across America walked out in protest over wages and conditions at their stores and warehouses. In Decatur, Ga. union organizers, human rights activists and Occupy Atlanta held a rally in support of Walmart workers at their local store.

Occupy Walmart Black Friday--Decatur Ga.

Fri, 11/23/2012 - 12:00pm - 3:00pm
Across From Walmart at Avondale Crossing Mall Parking Lot
Memorial and Midway Dr
Decatur , GA
United States

Join us for a protest of Walmart and solidarity with Walmart workers in their fight for higher wages, health care, dignity and respect on the job.  "Our Walmart" has called for a nationwide walk out on Black Friday of all Walmart workers.  Citizens of Decatur Ga. who support Walmart workers will be meeting at the corner of Memorial and Midway Dr. at noon with signs, banners and a really really free market for the local community and Walmart workers to enjoy.  So join us and bring a sign, items for the free market, water, snacks for pot luck, and your positive energy.  Feel free to bring your own flyers and literature from your organization.

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