The average American is $90,460 in debt just to afford basic necessities.
The United States is the only developed country that requires zero paid time off for maternity leave.
Unemployment rose to 14% in 2021 because companies refused to raise wages.
Only 100 corporations are responsible for 71% of all global carbon emissions.
78% of employees with 5 day weeks are less happy and more stressed than those with 4 day weeks.
Pharmaceutical companies are extorting patients for medications.
Amazon paid $0 in taxes in 2017 and 2018.
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Starting on October 15, 2021, strikers that can will not show up to work. Strikers will also boycott large corporations such as Amazon and Walmart. Some will abstain from all economic activity. This will all be in an effort go bring the attention of the powers that be to our needs as workers. They have the power to enact epic change, but will not until their livelihoods are threatened too. We will not stop striking until each and every one of our goals are met.
We are a nonpartisan group of diverse and experienced volunteer organizers from all over the United States.
We are always hard at work putting together mutual aid for the strikers. The safety and wellbeing of our supporters is our primary concern. To connect with people around you who are organizing mutual aid, we suggest joining our Discord server below, as the situation varies by location and is rapidly developing.
We are proud to announce that our movement is backed by The Raven Corps. We will update this section as more organizations announce their support.
There are many ways to help participate in the strike. Skip work starting on October 15. Write to your representatives in Congress to let them know our demands. Boycott large and influential corporations. Get your friends, family, and coworkers involved. Organize mutual aid for your community.
- 25% corporate tax rate (No loopholes)
- Universal Healthcare for all
- 12 weeks paid parental leave
- $20/hr minimum wage
- 4 day work week
- Net zero emissions by 2030