Join Thousands to March Against Wal-Mart and Low Wage Jobs! No Wal-Martization of LA!

June 2012

We have joined the growing effort to stop Wal-Mart’s expansion in Los Angeles. We will march against Wal-Mart on June 30th in Chinatown!

Wal-Mart is trying to get a foothold in Los Angeles starting in Chinatown, but every neighborhood is at risk. Wal-Mart destroys small businesses, creates poverty-level jobs and drives down wages for all of us. We are rising up together to say: “No Wal-Martization of L.A.!”

Watch this video! Share the video on Facebook. Tweet it. Forward this email. Spread the word about June 30th.

Most importantly...

Join us, along with thousands of Chinatown residents, youth, labor, community, civil rights and small business owners for the largest protest against Wal-Mart ever to be held in the U.S. on June 30th in Chinatown!

March Against Wal-Mart and Low Wage Jobs!
Saturday, June 30th, 10AM
Los Angeles State Historic Park (The Cornfield)
1245 N. Spring Street, Los Angeles 90012
Contact: 213-381-5611 ext. 126

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Click here for additional information on the March Against Wal-Mart on June 30th.

Download the flyer the March Against Wal-Mart here.

According to research from Making Change at Walmart, the consequences of a Wal-Mart invasion of Los Angeles will be disastrous. The advocacy group estimates that Wal-Mart’s grocery expansion would lead to a loss of over 8,000 retail jobs, a loss of more than $621 million in wages per year for retail in Los Angeles County and an increase of 9,400 workers who must rely on taxpayer-funded Medi-Cal for health care.