Sisters’ Camelot Refuses NLRB Settlement, Hires Lawyer to “Avoid Union Incursion”

This Wednesday morning Sisters’ Camelot, a non-profit mobile food shelf engaged in a two-month-long strike of its canvass workers, rejected a settlement offer from the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), opting instead to fight the union in court. In order to do so, they have hired a right-wing, professional “union-avoidance” attorney, John C. Hauge from … Continue reading

Red Tie, Black Tie Dance Party

Fundraiser for the IWW Chi-Lake and Sisters’ Camelot Canvass Union! Date and Time: Saturday, April 27, 10pm Location: 1509 E 22nd St, Minneapolis, MN Cost: Suggested donation $5-$5,000 Come get down and show your support for the striking Sisters’ Camelot workers and the fired Chi-Lake Liquors Employees! Pleasure Principle will be spinnin some mad beats and many fine … Continue reading

National Labor Relations Board Finds Firing Illegal, Offers Settlement

After an investigation into the incident, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) has decided that IWW Sisters Camelot Canvass Union (SCCU) member ShugE Mississippi was illegally fired by Sisters’ Camelot. The NLRB (National Labor Relations Board) is a government agency in charge of investigating charges of federal labor law violations, enforcing such laws, and following … Continue reading

Candlelight Vigil

Tonight the canvass union held at candlelight vigil outside the home of two collective members. This was a quiet, peaceful protest; there was no chanting, though we did sing a round of “Solidarity Forever.” Despite the fact that we were hit by a mid-April blizzard, around 15 people braved the weather to show their support … Continue reading

Phone Zap Extended

The Sisters’ Camelot Canvass Union has been on strike since March 1st. One of the striking workers was fired while on strike, and they have refused to sit down and negotiate with the union. Here are the names, phone numbers, & email addresses of each member of the management of Sisters’ Camelot. Call, Text, and … Continue reading