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To: Scott Sandefur


Demand that General Motors provides healthcare care to workers on strike!

Why is this important?

On September 15th at 11:59PM more than 45,000 United Auto Workers (UAW) in 10 states went on strike. No state feels the brunt of this more than Michigan, the American auto capital. And as we know, black union workers always end up with the shortest end of the stick.

The UAW went on strike to demand that GM increase wages, offer wage progression for new hires, improve healthcare and prescription drug benefits, and provide better overall job security.

GM's current CEO, Mary Barra, makes $22 million dollars a year while GM’s temporary employees who have been there more than 4 years, get paid less than $16 dollars an hour. GM's announcement on September 17th to cut the healthcare coverage of of any UAW worker on strike is just one of its latest scare tactics to prevent workers from exercising their basic human rights: demanding better pay.

It is our right to protest and this problem is bigger than GM. Those workers on strike are only being paid $250 a week. No one person can live off $250 dollars a week let alone someone with a family.

Stand with UAW workers in Michigan and demand that the Vice President of General Motors North America Labor Relations Scott Sandefur support the workers that supported GM during the bail out by providing healthcare coverage!

Sign the petition today!


2020-06-11 03:36:19 -0700

500 signatures reached

2019-09-21 10:02:22 -0700

100 signatures reached

2019-09-21 05:42:36 -0700

50 signatures reached

2019-09-21 03:59:49 -0700

25 signatures reached

2019-09-21 01:05:40 -0700

10 signatures reached