In a five-minute mini-documentary produced by PBS, our brothers and sisters from BCTGM spoke out against the greed of Nabisco parent company Mondelez, which closed a manufacturing facility in Chicago to move jobs to Mexico. Now jobs that were once able to sustain a middle class standard of living in our country will pay workers in Mexico approximately $1 per hour with the savings going to enrich corporate executives and shareholders.
We encourage everyone to watch this stirring video which you can find HERE. Be sure to share this with your friends as well.
Most importantly, we need to continue our fight against corporate greed, and to support our BCTGM brothers and sisters, we urge everyone to check the label and only buy those products made in the U.S. When companies realize that these greedy decisions will cost them financially, they may recognize the mistake of putting profits before people.
As always, thank you for the continued solidarity you have shown in this universal battle for American jobs.