This Labor Day take a stand with fast-food and other low-wage workers as they stand-up and challenge the legislatures’ recalcitrance rolling back the recent $10 per-hour wage increase, thereby denying up-wards to 30,000 St. Louis workers their hard-earned wage increase.

WES is a part of the United We Stand-St. Louis coalition (www.unitedwestandstl.org), which will take action, march and rally Monday, September 4th (Labor Day).

Here are the details:
Action – 6 a.m. (McDonald’s on Tucker Blvd.)
March – 7 a.m. (to join the annual Labor Day parade)
Rally – 8 a.m. (19th and Olive)

Remember, sign-in as WES. Let folks know we’re there. If you want a WES shirt or banner, let us know. Also, stick around for the Labor Day parade and join with one of the many unions WES works with – the Painters, Sheet Metal Workers, Operating Engineers, Laborers, CBTU, and the Service Employees, among others.