Amazon on strike: what workers need to know about their rights


Red Lines host Anya Parampil speaks with Kevin Gustafson, an organizer with Democracy at Work and host of the Sensible Socialist Podcast, about the strike sweeping the online shopping industry.

By Anya Parampil

On March 31st, workers for Amazon, Whole Foods, and Instacart went on strike to protest unsafe working conditions in light of the coronavirus outbreak. Anya Parampil and Kevin Gustafson discuss their demands as well as what workers should know if they are planning to strike.


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