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What do Starbucks and Wal-Mart have in common?

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Uploaded on May 19, 2009

http://stopstarbucks.com

Both corporate giants have long track records of harassing their workers when it comes to joining unions. Harassment and intimidation are illegal under Federal law, and we won't stand for it. Tell Howard Schultz, Starbucks' billionaire owner, to respect the people who work for Starbucks.

Sign the memo to Mr. Schultz: http://stopstarbucks.com

In 2005, we took on Wal-Mart for their assault on workers with Wal-Mart: The High Cost of Low Price. Now we are exposing Starbucks' atrocious labor practices in our newest campaign, Stop Starbucks.

Sign the memo at http://stopstarbucks.com and help us reach 50k signatures. Then send this video to your friends and family and post it on your Facebook page.

Tell us YOUR Starbucks story at http://stopstarbucks.com

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