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Posted 12/12/2022
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WHAT: Solidarity rally in support of our region's rail workers!
WHEN: December 13, 2022, 11AM-1PM
WHERE: In Sparks, NV at the corner of Victorian & Pyramid
 
Dear Brothers & Sisters,
 
Please come out to the Reno/Sparks Rail Worker Solidarity Rally TOMORROW, December 13, 2022 from 11am-1pm and stand in solidarity with our region's Rail Workers!!
 
This rally will coincide with the rally being held in Washington, DC, on December 13 – the same day a critical federal hearing on Union Pacific’s use of embargoes and the day before the Federal Railway Administration will be holding a hearing regarding its proposed two-person train crew rule.
 
In addition to crew size, the rallies are intended to draw the public’s attention towards:
  • The need for increased rail safety – prioritizing the need to maintain two-person crews
  • The devastating effects of so-called “precision scheduled railroading," which has been catastrophic for rail shippers and the American economy
  • The need for paid sick leave
 
Rail barons limit the quantities of bulk products that the public depends upon, driving up inflation on critical consumer goods like food and gas while stocks and profits for investors are skyrocketing. It's time to stand up for rail workers and for regular Americans just trying to make ends meet.
 
WHAT: Solidarity rally in support of our region's rail workers!
WHEN: December 13, 2022 11AM-1PM
WHERE: In Sparks, NV at the corner of Victorian & Pyramid (meet at the rail memorial park on the southwest side)

Rally Participant Guidelines
The success of this rally depends upon you and your Brothers and Sisters. Let’s conduct ourselves with honor and dignity.
(1) This is NOT a strike or a boycott. We are drawing the public's attention to a labor dispute.
(2) Do NOT in any way obstruct entrances or exits to the premises.
(3) Do NOT trespass upon private property.
(4) Do NOT obstruct or occupy any other businesses' property. Remain only on public property.
(5) Do not in any way ask or try to induce people not to go on the premises, to leave the premises, or to quit work on the premises.
(6) Hold no conversations with any delivery persons or other persons who attempt to make deliveries to the premises or remove material from the premises.
(7) Do not record any automobile or truck license or any other identifying information with regard to those who enter or leave the premises. However, you should note any unusual occurrences on the line - such as Company representatives or others threatening the people at the rally - and report them to the rally captain immediately.
(8) Do not engage in any altercation, arguments, or misconduct of any kind. Do not use boisterous or indecent language. Conduct yourself with courtesy towards the public at all times.
(9) Use no intoxicating beverages or illegal drugs or have such on your person during the rally.
(10) Refer all media questions to Gabe Christenson, (775) 682-0889.
 
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Northern Nevada Central Labor Council
1819 Hymer Ave, Sparks NV 89431
775-331-5570
http://www.nnclc.org

We support, promote, and advocate for Northern Nevada's men and women in organized labor.



Posted 12/07/2022

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