|Solidarity Check In
Friday, April 24, 7pm
via Web or Phone
Help plan an Emergency Motorcade to Support Frontline Workers
OWLS is spearheading a motorcade to help essential workers put a spotlight on critical safety demands and press for pro-labor solutions to the pandemic and deepening economic downturn. Led by frontline bus drivers, grocery clerks, custodians and other essential workers, the motorcade will stop at strategic locations to highlight some current workplace struggles. Your ideas, skills and creativity are needed as plans for the route and messaging are firmed up.
Updates on Frontline Workers’ Campaigning for COVID19 Measures
Transit workers, custodians, and others report on changing conditions and the status of demands for measures to make workplaces more safe.
To join the April 24 OWLS ZOOM online meeting:
By Computer or Smartphone click link below.
Meeting ID: 856 7794 2605
By Phone –dial
+1 253 215 8782 US
+1 301 715 8592 US
Also, Mark Your Calendar for the Next OWLS Meeting
Tuesday, April 28, 7pm on Zoom
OWLS will continue planning for the Motorcade and feature a short educational about the West Coast Waterfront Strike of 1934. Stay tuned for details to dial in via zoom.
Have you signed & shared the petition to support Metro Transit Workers? The links are below, plus phone numbers to call the King County Executive & Council members. Thanks
1) Sign and share the petition https://www.change.org/p/king-county-council-support-frontline-metro-transit-workers-call-for-urgent-measures-to-stem-covid19-spread
2. Call King County Executive Dow Constantine at 206-263-9600 and your County Council member at 206-477-1000. Let County officials know you support the demands of transit workers!