Show solidarity with striking auto workers

BY:CPUSA Labor Commission| September 21, 2023
Show solidarity with striking auto workers


The following letter was sent from the CPUSA Labor Commission to attendees of a “Solidarity with auto workers” event, hosted one day before the UAW’s contract was set to expire.

Dear fellow worker,

It was great to see you at the “Solidarity with auto workers” online meeting last week.

We wanted to share with you some resources for solidarity action.

Many folks are introducing resolutions of support in their unions or other organizations. Here’s a link to a good model from the North Dakota AFL-CIO.

There was a powerful video by UAW president Shawn Fain. It’s only 4 minutes and well worth your time. It explains the union’s strategy and links to UAW’s history. It’s great to show to any gathering, too.

Of course, People’s World has up-to-the-minute coverage. The banner on the top of the People’s World web page takes you to all the articles covering the strike.

We all want to support the picket lines in person. To find out how to find one in your area, you can contact me — you saw me in the video at Wednesday’s meeting — and I’ll work with you. Contact me directly by emailing, and I’ll get right back to you.

In solidarity,
for the CPUSA Labor Commission

Image: Stand up for our communities by UAW (Facebook)


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