Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Strike
Striking CWA members at the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette launched a new radio ad last week which features two supporters expressing their solidarity for the striking workers by canceling their subscription and withholding their advertisements from the paper. The supporters featured in the ad also condemn the company for cutting workers’ healthcare and denying workers a raise for 15 years despite the owners of the paper being worth millions of dollars. This is the latest effort by the striking workers who remain strong on the picket lines and continue to encourage readers to stand with the workers in their fight for dignity, respect, and fair treatment. For more information on how to support the striking workers, visit cwa.org/ppg and check out their strike paper at unionprogress.com.