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Workers Unite All Over the World, Taking on Walmart's Corporate Greed

Workers Unite All Over the World, Taking on Walmart's Corporate Greed

Ten countries participated in a global day of action yesterday, supporting the Walmart strikers and workers speaking out for better conditions at the mega retailer. 

The Equal Times blog, by the International Trade Union Confederation, sent us the following post about the day of action:

As the world’s largest private employer, Walmart represents inequality run wild.

The Waltons are worth a staggering U.S. $150 billion, yet it would take the average Brazilian Walmart worker 30 million years to amass the same fortune.

Read the rest of #Walmart Global: Why We're Taking on the World's Largest Employer

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