BIG thanks to everyone who’s participated in solidarity efforts to stand with Haitian union organizers who have been illegally fired! We have some updates on your recent efforts. H&H Textiles: For the last two weeks, RRN supporters emailed and took selfies to stand with H&H Textiles workers. Last Thursday, 8/4, management at H&H finally met with
Just $530 Left to Raise Before Midnight! We can do this. CLICK HERE TO DONATE <3 Illegally Fired Workers Face Hunger & Homelessness From May to July, 2017, SOTA-BO textile union led garment workers across Haiti in monumental mobilizations for an increased minimum wage. In the wake of these efforts, many of these union members were arbitrarily
September 15, 2017 marked the sixth anniversary of SOTA-BO – an independent textile union, based in Port Au Prince, Haiti and affiliated with the Batay Ouvriye (Workers Fight) movement! Since their start in 2011, the union has grown in numbers and strength! Workers with this union were instrumental in leading the country-wide, three month fight for
Port Au Prince, Haiti – 05/29/17 – Garment workers in Haiti took the streets again today in Operasyon Bra Kwaze (Operation Arms Crossed)! They’ve been striking and marching for 11 days. Despite increased repression, they stand firm in their demand for a minimum wage of 800 Gourdes per day ($12.60 US). As #Garmentworkers #Haiti face police repression
(Translated from English version of 5/23/177 RRN post) Port Au Prince, Haiti – Terça-feira 23/5/17 Trabalhadores da indústria têxtil em greve desde sexta-feira (19/5/17) continuam sua luta por um salário mínimo maior! Eles estão sob ataque feroz e precisam de nossa solidariedade agora. * Se você já estiver familiarizado com a situação, clique aqui para
Garment workers across Haiti have been striking and demonstrating to demand: A minimum wage adjustment from 350 Gourdes ($5.50 US) to 800 Gourdes ($12.60)per day, on top of meal, transportation and housing subsidies Social Services They demand that production quotas do not increase with the increased minimum wage They are under attack, but are not
Since Friday, 5/19/17, Haitian garment workers in Port Au Prince have been on strike, demanding an increased minimum wage from 350 to 800 Gourdes daily (from $5.50 to $12.60 per day). On Monday, 5/22/17, the strike grew to other regions including Carrefour, just south of Port Au Prince, and Ounaminthe and Caracol in the north
Port Au Prince, Haiti – Tuesday 5/23/17 – Garment workers on strike since Friday, 5/19/17 continue their fight for an increased minimum wage! They are under fierce attack and need our solidarity now. * If you are familiar with the situation, please click here to jump to the bottom of the page to take action now.
Workers this is not the way the country should be! Students, this is not the way the country should be! Poor people, this is not the way the country should be! Street vendors, this is not the way the country should be! These are the chants that rang out when students, street vendors and the
Port Au Prince, Haiti – Wednesday 1/25/17 – Garment workers and SOTA-BO union members at H&H Textiles factory warned the company they planned to go on strike today, Thursday 1/26. H&H Textiles is in the Palmiers Free Zone, of the Carrefour subdivision in Port-au-Prince.