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PCASC highlights the darker side of Wells Fargo's history with our own personal tour and art installation at the Wells Fargo Museum in downtown Portland.
Frustrated by the increasing bureaucratization of her local public school system, Zavala was eager to see another model at work.
Aspects of the bill that unions had advocated for; the right to a secret ballot and increasing transparency of union finances, were stripped in the lower house and not included in the Senate version.
Faccuse’s Dinant Corporation has been involved in land rights disputes with campesinos since 1994 when, through violence and fraud, it began acquiring land titles to African palm cooperatives. Since January 2010, Dinant security forces have been accused of participation in death squad activities and are likely responsible for the murder of approximately 80 campesino land rights activists and bystanders.
According to SEC filings recently made public (see below), Wells Fargo has divested nearly 75% of their holdings in Geo Group, the nation's second largest private prison company.
Join us for a conversation on Tuesday, Oct 9th at 7pm @ 1820 NE 21st Ave
“The company’s refusal to sit down and talk – the willingness they are demonstrating to turn a blind eye to the hunger strike is incomprehensible. Both show an utter disregard for human life and specifically for the lives of workers on whose backs GM’s profits are made.”
Solidarity from Jorge Parra
All of the countries of Latin America have been victims of its graduates. The SOA is a symbol of death, a symbol of terror. We have been gradually reducing our numbers of troops at the SOA, sending only five last year and none this year. We have now entered a new phase and we will NOT continue to send troops to the SOA. This is the least that we can do. We have been its victims.