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  • RWDSU Joins in Celebrating Life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. (shown here with RWDSU members in the 1960s)

  • Over 500 Iowa General Mills Cereal Workers Win With RWDSU!

  • Seattle City Council Members, Workers Discuss Amazon's Impact

  • New Report Details "What's Wrong With Amazon."

  • RWDSU, UNITE HERE Local 100 and Local 1102 RWDSU Herald Port Authority’s New Inclusive Wage Increases

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    Feb 14, 2019

    RWDSU Responds to Amazon's Statement:

    “Rather than addressing the legitimate concerns that have been raised by many New Yorkers, Amazon says you do it our way or not at all, we will not even consider the concerns of New Yorkers – that’s not what a responsible business would do,” said Chelsea Connor, Director of Communications for the Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union (RWDSU).
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    Feb 08, 2019

    President Appelbaum's Statement on Amazon Deal Developments

    “If the amazon deal falls apart, they will have nobody to blame but themselves. A major problem is the way the deal was put together shrouded in secrecy and ignoring what New Yorkers want and need. They arrogantly continue to refuse to meet with key stakeholders to address their concerns, despite requests from New York’s top elected officials to do so.   With their long history of abusing workers, partnering with ICE to aid their persecution of immigrant communities, and contributing to gentrification and a major housing crisis in their hometown of Seattle, New Yorkers are right to raise their concerns and opposition to this plan.  New Yorkers wont be bullied by Jeff Bezos, and if Amazon is unwilling to respect workers and communities they will never be welcome in New York City,” Stuart Appelbaum, President of the Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union (RWDSU). 
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