Join low-wage workers and activists for black lives, immigrant justice, housing justice, indigenous justice, criminal justice reform, and the environment and climate to demonstrate that the fight continues and we are committed to fight together.
On Tuesday, 11/29 thousands of low wage workers organizing with the Fight for $15 across the country will go on strike, escalating the fight for economic justice. They will take to the street sending a clear message that we are united in solidarity to fight for justice, because JUSTICE CAN’T WAIT.
In Northern California hundreds of workers from a variety of industries (retail, fast food, uber/lyft drivers, janitors, airport workers, security officers) will be on strike. They’re calling on many movements to unite in this day of action.
Early in the morning low-wage workers will take the street in a courageous act of civil disobedience to kick off the day of action. In solidarity, movement leaders and activists representing black lives, immigrant justice, environmental and climate justice, and the faith community will join them.
Later in the morning more people will gather at three locations to board buses headed to the San Francisco Airport, for a noon action that will be one of many coordinated actions at airports across the country.
Early morning civil disobedience
Tues Nov 29, 6 AM
98th Ave and International Blvd, East Oakland
Meet up at 100th Ave. and International Blvd at 5:30 AM
Buses to San Francisco Airport
Oakland: Fruitvale BART and 14th and Broadway, 10 AM
San Francisco: Civic Center, Fulton and Larkin, 10:30 AM
Buses will return at 2:30 PM