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Here’s why the Koch Bros. and other billionaires are trying to kill the labor movement with the Janus case
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Last summer, the billionaire-funded Commonwealth Foundation wrapped their newly acquired offices w/ stock images of workers they purchased online. No actual worker would stand w/ them due to their long history of harassing workers & fighting labor unions.
The Commonwealth Foundation Again Proves to be a Front Group, Literally and Figuratively - Pennsylvania Spotlight
The Commonwealth Foundation is a front group. More accurately, it consists of a series of front groups, PACs, and an LLC that allows them to profit of...
The WA-based Freedom Foundation has started creeping into PA workers' inboxes & Facebook feeds - badgering workers abt their union membership. Their efforts to get workers to drop their unions have largely failed in the PNW & PA will be no different.
PA Spotlight Statement on Freedom Foundation Launch in Pennsylvania
Bad at union-busting, worse at Twitter.
I saw these posts on Friday and tried to report both to Facebook. Seems like they are still up
Beck🌤²⁴³ | BLM on Twitter
“IF YOU ARE GOING TO THE HARRISBURG PROTESTS JUNE 8th PLEASE BE CAREFUL THERE IS A GUN RALLY SCHEDULED FOR THE EXACT SAME TIME”
“The Center for Media & Democracy obtained documents that reveal a powerful corporate lobby & quasi-legislative front group ALEC played a lead role in creating the movement promoting premature re-opening of the economy.”
Ignoring Sound Science; America is Reopening - Pittsburgh Current
Only about one-third believe that an immediate re-opening is beneficial to minimize the negative impact on the economy amidst the coronavirus pandemic
Meet some of the heroes on the frontlines of the pandemic.
Meet the COVID-19 frontline heroes
Meet the COVID-19 frontline heroes Molly Kinder · May 2020 Part of an ongoing series … Hear from: The COVID-19 frontline Despite the hardships and ...
#Protest is not #policy. But protest can — & often does influence — policy. And bad policy always needs to be protested!