May Day 2015

Start: May 01, 2015 4:30 PM


This May Day, tell billionaire Walmart heiress, Alice Walton: 
Stop plunging workers into poverty!

Walmart heiress Alice Walton, who owns a luxury condo on Park Avenue, has allowed the company she owns to plunge workers into poverty instead of lifting them out of it. Now her family’s massive company has reached a new low by claiming “plumbing problems” are why more than 2,000 workers were recently fired at five stores across the country. We know that Walmart closed these stores to silence workers, including the first workers to ever go on strike & leaders of the movement to change Walmart at the Pico Rivera, CA store.

This May Day (International Workers' Day), join us in front of Alice Walton's luxury condo to send her a strong message opposing this latest act of retaliation by the world's largest private employer. 

Date: Friday, May 1, 2015
Time: 4:30pm (assemble), 5pm sharp (action), 5:20pm (march!)
Place: Walmart owner Alice Walton's luxury condo on Park Ave
Address: 515 Park Ave, corner of 60th Street

The action will kick off this year's May Day March and Rally to End Income Inequality

We'll assemble at 4:30pm for a 5pm action (sharp!) and then we'll march down Billionaire's Row with our friends and allies in the broader movement for worker justice, culminating with a massive rally at Columbus Circle, calling for Real Jobs, Real Wages, and Real Rights!

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Event by
Audrey Sasson
Brooklyn, New York