Vote Theft is Wage Theft! 15 Now Organizing Meeting

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The DFL Minneapolis City Council Committee of the Whole just voted down the $15 minimum wage charter amendment, in a vote to defend poverty wages in Minneapolis. 


If City Council blocks $15/hour from voters at the full council vote on Friday, low-wage workers are prepared to sue the City, and continue the fight to let Minneapolis vote for $15/hr. 

Our legal challenge is crucial, but does not change the need to continue the movement to win $15/hr. Time and time again, what is or is not legal depends on the strength and determination of movements. The fight to win $15 won’t just be decided in courtrooms - it’s going to take a movement to back up our legal team. 

Join us to learn how you can join to defeat poverty wages in Minneapolis - we can’t allow City Council to get away with Vote Theft!

Location to be determined.

WHEN
August 13, 2016 at 12pm - 1:30pm
CONTACT
Eva Metz · · 4438342870
14 RSVPS
Jonathan Sydeski Michael Welton Colleen Werner Alexis Pennie Ginger Jentzen Jon Jacobsen Eva Metz Bridget Peterson Adam Burch amy storbakken Nathaniel Elder Arianna Feldman John Schraufnagel

Who's RSVPing

Jonathan Sydeski
Michael Welton
Colleen Werner
Alexis Pennie
Ginger Jentzen
Jon Jacobsen
Eva Metz
Bridget Peterson
Adam Burch
amy storbakken
Nathaniel Elder
Arianna Feldman
John Schraufnagel

Will you come?