Added by Lew Friedman on December 22, 2010 at 18:34 — No Comments
Dear Brothers & Sisters:
The Campaign to Stop Killer Coke recently received an email notifying us of new website from "Coca-Cola in the Philippines." The site discusses Coke's corrupt practices and precarious labor in the bottling plants of the Philippines. They are asking Coca-Cola workers to participate in a discussion of Coke's abuses:
We were happy to hear on Union Book from Canadian sister, Lorie King, that "The Coca-Cola Case," a film about the labor and human rights abuses of Coca-Cola workers in Colombia won best film in the Canadian Labour International Film Festival.
"Toronto, ON – The 2010 Canadian Labour International Film Festival has tallied the votes from locations across the country and is pleased to announce that this year’s Best in Festival Award goes to The Coca-Cola Case by German Gutierrez…Continue
Added by Lew Friedman on December 17, 2010 at 3:08 — No Comments
Interview with Guatemalan Union Leader Jose Alberto Vicente Chavez describes horrific allegations of violence against Coca-Cola and pending lawsuit. Bob Perillo translates.
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Added by Lew Friedman on December 1, 2010 at 15:37 — No Comments