- Click here to show your support on Facebook.
- RSVP for Saturday on Action Network and Facebook.
- Volunteer to marshal; click here or email [email protected].
Fifty years ago, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. joined striking sanitation workers in Memphis, Tennessee, as they fought for the freedom to join together in a strong union and be treated with dignity and respect at work. They carried signs that boldly proclaimed: “I Am a Man.” Fifty years later, corporate lobbyists and special interest groups are bringing a case against working people, Janus v. AFSCME Council 31, to the Supreme Court. "These are the same extremist voices that actively work to limit voting rights, roll back economic protections, and gut civil and labor rights laws," says AFL-CIO president Richard Trumka. "They’re ratcheting up their fight to break us up because they know we are strongest together." Here's how you can connect with Saturday's Working People's Day of Action on Freedom Plaza: