workers struggles

SOTA-BO Celebrates 6 Years!

September 15, 2017 marked the sixth anniversary of SOTA-BO Рan 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

Fund the Fight! Help Raise $1200

Can you skip a lunch, dinner, or coffee out? Will you contribute those dollars to garment workers, so they can continue their fight? For the past three months, garment workers in Haiti fought like hell for a minimum wage of 800 Gourdes (US$12.80). As we reported last week, this struggle reached a fever pitch when

The Rapid Response Network (RRN) offers prompt solidarity to workers’ struggles against exploitation and repression. ¬†We alert groups and individuals when workers call for support. The fights for decent wages and working conditions, plus the right to organize, are constantly met with severe punishment. We must not passively accept the presence of products on store