Worker Solidarity

Worker Solidarity

Worker Survey

This will last longer than we think!  What kind of workplace do you want to return to?

Hi, we’re a Seattle-based worker-led group forming together during Covid-19. We are sharing this survey to: 1) find out how food service and hospitality workers are being impacted by the sector shutdown, 2) figure out our collective needs, 3) connect with workers across these industries, and 4) build and organize solidarity efforts amongst service workers to create a future together. 

*Please know that all information you provide will remain confidential. You do not have to answer any questions you feel uncomfortable with. We’ll use your stories to continue organizing efforts and outreach within our industry. 

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Latest Posts from Worker Solidarity

People Before Profits–May Day 2020 (Video)

Under #racialcapitalism and #white supremacy, the ruling class tries to divide us by #race, #ableism, #gender, #immigration status, #employment status, and #incarceration. Our power in each workplace is undercut and devalued through a complex, devious system of divide and conquer that pits us against each other. This is our opportunity to address these divisions. Some […]

International Worker’s Day – Community Caravan

Join the COVID-19 Mutual Aid Network, International League of People’s Struggle, members of the ILWU in solidarity with Local 10 in Oakland, the community, and cross-industry working people for a *social distanced* May Day. Facebook Event Page: http://www.tinyurl.com/mdcaravan2020 Friday May 1st, join a *social distanced* caravan (on bikes or cars) throughout the streets of Seattle […]

May Day 2020– Every Human is Essential: People Before Profits

Every Human is Essential: People Before Profits A Working Class response to COVID-19 Pandemic May Day arose as a day to celebrate the working class and our life and death struggles for liberation. We honor that legacy of resistance and solidarity today.  We are facing an unprecedented situation in the history of workers’ struggles and […]

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