According to an early morning press release, hundreds of Occupy Wall Street protestors and members of the Communication Workers of America will march on a local T-Mobile store to show they are the 99%. Apparently there are some upset feelings toward T-Mobile’s alleged “anti-worker and union busting tactics,” according to the morning press release. The hope that is that hundreds of CWA members and “Occupy Wall Street” protestors will take part in the march. The show starts at 12:30 at the Maiden Lane and Water Street T-Mobile location.
If you are down in that location, stay safe!
AndroidCentral via Business Wire (press release)
NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Hundreds of Occupy Wall Street protestors and members of the Communications Workers of America will march from Zuccotti Park today at 12:30 pm to a nearby T-Mobile store to protest the cell phone carrier’s anti-worker and union-busting tactics.
For years, workers at T-Mobile, owned by the German telecom giant Deutsche Telekom, have struggled for the same workplace rights their colleagues in Germany already enjoy. But T-Mobile has waged a campaign of intimidation and fear to stop employees from exercising their basic rights.
CWA members and Occupy Wall Street demonstrators will march to T-Mobile in lower Manhattan and deliver a simple message: T-Mobile workers are the 99%. They won’t stand for any more workplace intimidation.
Who: Occupy Wall Street protestors and CWA members
When: Friday, November 4, 2011, at 12:30 PM
What: Occupy T-Mobile! OWS March to Protest T-Mobile’s union-busting
Where: March begins at Zuccotti Park at 12:30 and arrives at the T-Mobile store at the intersection of Maiden Ln and Water St. at 12:45.