Sign Up: Labor Committee Meeting and Organizing Your Workplace 101!
Join the Labor Committee for our monthly meeting tomorrow, April 12, at 6:30 pm. Solidarity is brewing! Starbucks workers around the country are organizing with Starbucks Workers United, and DSA members are here to support them. Join us to hear from Starbucks workers about the fight they’re facing and how both you and our chapter can help them win!
And don’t forget our upcoming Organizing Your Workplace training series! This four-part series will begin with an Organizing Your Workplace 101 event, which takes place next Thursday, April 21, at 6 pm. During the series, you’ll go from being a new workplace organizer to a powerful force for your coworkers, as we discuss how to connect with coworkers, determine demands and what to expect from bosses when they push back.
RSVP here for tomorrow’s April Labor Committee Meeting.
RSVP here for the Organizing Your Workplace 101.
We’ll see you there!
Don’t Forget! April Chapter Meeting Next Tuesday, April 19
Our April Chapter Meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, April 19, at 7 pm (via Zoom). We’ll be discussing upcoming campaigns, current priorities, committee work and much more.
If you haven’t yet, make sure to RSVP here for the meeting.
Please note, we will have a few items to vote on during this meeting. Members, keep an eye on your inbox - EC will send a follow-up email with proposal information by the end of this week.
See you there!
Keep Our MOAF Fund-a-Thon Team in the Lead!
We’ve raised $4,103 so far for Missouri Abortion Fund, which means we’re getting really close to our $4,500 goal!
Help us keep up this momentum by making your own fundraising profile or donating to one of our members at: fund.nnaf.org/stldsa22.
Also, check out our step-by-step tutorial on how to create your own fundraising page on our Instagram here!
If you need help or have questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Save the Date: Third Power Mapping Session on Saturday, April 23
Join us on Saturday, April 23, at 11:30 am, for a Power Mapping Session (Round 3), as we continue this in-person series. We’ll meet at Trinity Church in the South Parish Hall.
We encourage members to bring a laptop or tablet if possible, although this is not required to attend.
All members are welcome, including those who weren’t able to attend previous sessions. Masks continue to be required for all indoor events at Trinity.
RSVP here for the event.
EWG Civics 101 Series: Second Session on Writing Op-Eds & Public-Facing Tactics
Join the Electoral Working Group on Tuesday, April 26, at 7 pm, for the second of our Civics 101 webinars. We’ll be preparing and training membership for the upcoming electoral season. This second session will be focused on writing op-eds and letters to the editor, as well as other public-facing tactics that draw greater awareness to a specific issue or candidate.
RSVP here for this event.
We’ll have a third session in May, as well. Stay tuned for more details!
RSVP for the Next Communications Committee Meeting
The Communications Committee is holding our monthly meeting next Wednesday, April 20, at 6:30 pm. We’ll be going over ongoing committee projects, as well as discussing future opportunities.
Please note: This meeting has been rescheduled from Thursday, April 21, to Wednesday, April 20, due to a scheduling conflict.
Show Me $15 Solidarity Action Tomorrow at Rally’s on West Florissant
A Show Me $15 worker at the Rally’s restaurant on West Florissant (W. Florissant, 63136) has dealt with sexual harassment on the job. She recently took her concerns to management and was then taken off the schedule.
As a quick response action, Show Me $15 has planned a Solidarity Rally at the restaurant for tomorrow, April 12, at 11:45 am (action starts at noon).
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