Tag Archives: workers rights

No More Business as Usual!!! End Corporatism’s Global Oppression and Exploitation!

Statement on May 1st, 2015 Contact: Leani Auxilio & Patricia Ramirez, AF3IRM NYC, [email protected] NEW YORK--This day, International Labor Day, comes on the heels of massive worldwide protests against the intensifying exploitation of human and natural resources by corporations and their puppet governments. The results are with us: nations destroyed; histories erased; men, women and children shackled to endless work; human bodies sold and re-sold … Continue Reading ››

AF3IRM Los Angeles Calls for Women’s Contingent this May Day in Downtown LA!

IMG_3484 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE April 29, 2015 Contact: Layan Sima Fuleihan, AF3IRM Los Angeles Kristen Jackson, Co-Coordinator - AF3IRM Los Angeles, [email protected] LOS ANGELES--On Friday, May 1st, 2015, the women of AF3IRM Los Angeles join workers and their allies on the streets to commemorate International Worker’s Day and to continue the struggle for economic and labor … Continue Reading ››

AF3IRM: Women’s Work Sustains Human Existence – This May Day, Support the True Value of Women’s Work!

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Barbra Ramos, AF3IRM National Communications Director 323-813-4272, [email protected] NATIONAL--AF3IRM salutes all workers on International Workers’ Day! We join the chorus of voices around the world fighting for the dignity and lives of workers in all sectors and for economic justice for our communities! Today the scars of economic and social injustice have never been so apparent - the reality surrounding … Continue Reading ››

Statement in Solidarity with Bangladesh Workers

Contact: AF3IRM NYC - [email protected] NEW YORK CITY:   On this 2nd year commemoration of the tragic collapse of a garment factory in Bangladesh, wherein 1,100 men and women were killed and 2,000 injured, AF3IRM NYC sends its heartfelt sympathy for and militant solidarity with the families of those bearing this unconscionable loss and damage. Since that day in 2012, despite statements to correct … Continue Reading ››