Wave Of Black Friday Protests Expected To Flood Walmarts Next Week

Walmart workers are planning protests at well over a thousand stores across the nation next week on Black Friday, Nov. 28, the busiest shopping day of the year.

The national wave of protests, which could be the biggest yet to hit the giant retailer, comes on the heels of last week's first sit down strikes in Walmart's history. Some 23 workers were arrested last week during those strikes in Los Angeles. One of the workers arrested, giving just her first name, Denise, said she has worked for Walmart for

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Walmart Workers Mobilize For ‘Unprecedented’ Nationwide Strikes

Massive turnout expected for strike against low wages, illegal retaliation.

As the shopping extravaganza known as Black Friday came early this year with an increasing amount of retailers opening their doors on Thanksgiving Day, employees for one of the largest big-box-stores in the country, Walmart, prepared protests for 1,500 locations nationwide. Organizers with the group OUR Walmart, who have helped rally Walmart

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Wave of Black Friday Strikes Kicks Off As Walmart CEO Steps Down

Making Change at Walmart: «The movement of low-wage workers has taken off in 2013.»

Ahead of what is being called the largest day of action yet against Walmart on the upcoming Black Friday shopping extravaganza, a wave of strikes against the retail giant have already begun. Workers in Miami, Florida and Brooklyn Center, Minnesota walked off the job Monday following actions in Tampa on Saturday and strikes in Sacramento, Dallas,

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