FREE SPEECH ZONE | Join The March For Worker’s Rights With CTUL

Ten years ago, Twin Cities retail cleaning workers made an average of ten to eleven dollars an hour, and most of them had full benefits. Today, most are lucky to make minimum wage, and many make less. And of course in most cases benefits are a thing of the past. CTUL (Centro de Trabjadores Unidos en Lucha), an organization by workers and for workers, has been working on a campaign to improve the lot of the Twin Cities retail cleaning workers, not just individual cases today but for all such workers in the the future. Beginning with letters asking such stores as Lund’s/Byerly’s, Target and Cub Foods to meet with us to discuss these issues (producing no results), escalating to a press conference going public with the campaign, we have continually taken this campaign to new levels. Continue Reading