Response to Sisters’ Camelot Collective Statement

On Thursday, May 2 the Sisters’ Camelot managing collective posted a long public statement on the internet addressing the current standoff between them and our striking union of canvass workers. Their statement is full of inaccurate information. Below are the most egregious inaccuracies, each with a concise explanation of the truth. 1. Sisters’ Camelot: “We … Continue reading

Canvass Union Releases Proposal to End Strike

This past Tuesday evening the I.W.W. (Industrial Workers of the World) Sisters’ Camelot Canvass Union made an offer to the managing collective in an effort to end the strike which has been going on since March 1. The managing collective has been given until the end of Monday, April 8 to decide whether or not to … Continue reading

List of Demands

The following are the demands, along with explanations written by the striking canvassers, presented to the Sisters’ Camelot Collective for negotiation on March 1, 2013. We wish to stress that many of these points are meant to be negotiated, there has never been an expectation that all of them must be accepted as-is. *Rotating union … Continue reading


Q. Would any of your demands really tank Sisters Camelot? A. No. Q. Will this strike or union hinder resources need to distribute food or cook meals? A. No. We believe more control over our work environment will allow us (the fundraising experts) to raise more money than ever. Also, our strike will not disrupt … Continue reading