Dear Triangle-area Supporters,
On Monday, April 16th at 7PM, former Smithfield worker Lorena Ramos will join a worker from a Tyson poultry plant and a farmworker to describe the unjust, dangerous and sometimes unlawful practices of Wal-Mart's food suppliers. This free, public event is part the the Wal-Mart Food and Agricultural Worker Tour. Don't miss your chance to hear stories behind Wal-Mart's everyday low prices! Sponsored by Duke Students Against Sweatshops and the Duke Muslim Student Association, this event will take place at 7PM in Old Chemistry Building, Room 116 (West Campus) on Monday, April 16. Here's a link to a campus map with the Old Chemistry Building highlighted: http://map.duke.edu/?bidw06
The Duke students planning this event have put out a special request to community members, trade unionists and religious leaders to attend so that others might share in this unique event. For more information, get in touch with Mary Grant of Duke Students Against Sweatshops at firstname.lastname@example.org or
Ibrahim Samara of the Muslim Student Association at email@example.com.
What: Wal-Mart Food and Agricultural Worker Tour
When: 7PM April 16th
Where: Old Chem 116
I hope you can support this important event!
United Food and Commercial Workers
1408 Hillsborough Street
PO Box 10805
Raleigh, NC 27605
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