SCLC of Southern California’s Poor People’s Campaign

SCLC of Southern California’s Poor People’s Campaign

November 9, 5:30-8 pm, at Phillips Temple CME Church, 973 E 43rd St, Los Angeles, CA 90011.


Dear Friend,
We need you!

SCLC of Southern California’s Poor People’s Campaign

The fight for equality and fairness continues. It has come to our attention that the working rights of Los Angeles warehouse workers and port drivers have been compromised, denied, and abused.

The conditions are shocking. Employers that do business on LA Port property are subcontracting workers through temp agencies and misclassification schemes, subjecting warehouse workers to modern-day Jim Crow racism and forcing port drivers into modern-day sharecropping on wheels.

Workers at the largest port trucking and warehousing operation, California Cartage/NFI, have been standing up to these injustices, joining their brothers and sisters at hundreds of companies across the Port to create change. The time has come for us to stand with them. This is a poverty, economic, and humanity issue.

We need our LA City friends and partners to heed the call to end the abuse. We invite you to join us in bearing witness to the testimonies from the workers and their families on November 9, 5:30-8 pm, at Phillips Temple CME Church, 973 E 43rd St, Los Angeles, CA 90011.

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