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February 4: Labor Rights Demonstration in Oak Brook

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  • Kevin Lindemann and Cathy Campo
    From Chicago Jobs with Justice (http://www.chicagojwj.org/) Protest anti-union practices, racist hiring, and unsafe working conditions at Quebecor Where: Oak
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      From Chicago Jobs with Justice (http://www.chicagojwj.org/)

      Protest anti-union practices, racist hiring, and unsafe working
      conditions at Quebecor

      Where: Oak Brook Marriot 1401 West 22nd Street

      When: Wed. Feb. 4 at 5:00pm

      What: Quebecor Trade Show Protest

      If you want to carpool, please call Dana at (312) 738-6203

      Quebecor is the largest commercial printing company in the world. It is
      the printer of Time Magazine, Parade Magazine, and many publications
      that millions of people read every day. It is also a company that is
      reducing overtime pay, dramatically increasing workloads and reducing
      staffing. When workers try to form unions to gain better conditions,
      Quebecor threatens them with job losses and plant closures. Quebecor
      workers from 17 countries have formed a coalition demanding that the
      company adhere to core labor standards defined by the International
      Labor Organization and respect for U.S. workers' right to form a union.
      While this international support is important, support from the
      community is crucial.

      Come let Quebecor know that they must respect workers rights!
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