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LaundryWorkersCenter
LWC addresses the need for community-based leadership development, improving the living & working conditions of workers in the laundry & food service industries
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LaundryWorkersCenter 3h
Can you help us by making a tax deductible donation? Over the next 2 weeks, we will be sharing stories about our current work so please donate, share the information widely to let people know about laundry workers!
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Today we are launching our campaign! Support the Growing NYC Laundry Workers Movement and consider making a donation today! We are aiming to raise $5k before June 4th, and our goal is to raise $500 by the end of today, Monday May 20th
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DCTV May 16
❖ THIS MONDAY! ❖ Join us to see a beautiful/powerful film about those whose labor often goes unrecognized. Followed by a talk w/ Directors Lizzie Olesker + local organizations of and for working people . 🎟️
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LaundryWorkersCenter May 17
For 15 years the workers at Sunshine Laundry endured below minimum wage, no overtime pay, discrimination, and unsafe working conditions! Now LWC is fighting back and the workers are finally being paid a legal wage but the conditions continue to be unsafe. We demand justice!
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LaundryWorkersCenter May 9
@W@DCTVny When you drop off a bag of dirty laundry, who’s doing the washing and folding? The Washing Society brings us into New York City laundromats and the experiences of the people who work there.
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LaundryWorkersCenter May 9
See you all today at 5pm as we protesting against wage theft and bad employers in the laundromat industry and beyond! Support TYS Laundry workers today.
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LaundryWorkersCenter May 3
Wage theft is a crime! TYS laundromat pay what you owe...
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Freedom to Thrive May 1
out in full force demanding dignity and respect for laundromat workers and all workers
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Workers Justice ✊🏾 May 1
On in Solidarity with & Laundromat Workers fighting wage theft at TYS in Harlem. “We need to celebrate every month by taking the streets to fight for our rights” said Yadira Sanchez, WJP’s Center Director
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Workers World Party May 1
Right now at TYL Laundromat standing with @laundryworkerscenter fighting wage theft on
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cori parrish May 1
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LaundryWorkersCenter May 2
MAY DAY: Was a success! Thanks to all our allies and comp@s in the movement to came and celebrated this day with TYS laundromat workers.
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LaundryWorkersCenter Apr 25
Apoya a los trabajadores de lavanderías este 1ero de Mayo! 12:00pm at TYS laundromat (215 E 116th St)
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FWD.us Apr 3
For Adolfo, expanding driver's licenses for undocumented immigrants would change his day-to-day life. The process to obtain a license remains the same, meaning everyone has to pass a driving test + provide proof of NY residency.
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LaundryWorkersCenter Apr 24
1ero de MAYO! NI MUROS NI FRONTERAS EN LA LUCHA OBRERA!
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LaundryWorkersCenter Apr 24
Juana and Nicolas are fighting in "El Barrio" to bring changes in their lives and to show the sample to others workers in the industry.
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LaundryWorkersCenter Apr 24
MAY DAY start at noon in "EL BARRIO" see y'all there!
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Brandworkers Apr 24
Thank you to the 100+ supporters who have given to the May Day Campaign! Visit for a video message from Brandworkers member Máximo. Share and contribute today to help raise $50,000 for immigrant food factory worker organizing by May 1.
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LaundryWorkersCenter Apr 22
SUPPORT THE LAUNDRY WORKERS ON MAY 1 In EAST HARLEM - 12:00 pm 215 East 116th Street. On International Workers Day, come out to support the ongoing struggle of the workers at TYS laundromat
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