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The facts about New Flyer

The Facts About New Flyer of America Inc., North America’s Largest Bus Manufacturer

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Winnipeg Free Press, November 4, 2021
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American workers throw NFI under the bus

Company, CEO dispute claims of racism, bias

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CBC, November 4, 2021
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Winnipeg bus manufacturer New Flyer accused of discriminatory practices in U.S. plants

Group took out newspaper ad accusing company of racism against Black, Latino employees

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Virtual Event: Is a New Southern Worker Movement Possible?

Watch the recording of our event from November 4 where we examine what it will take to unite labor rights and civil rights in the deep South FeaturingRandall L. Woodfin, Mayor of BirminghamSanchioni Butler, Political Campaign Organizer, MS AFL-CIOMusical guest

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This Labor Day, thank workers by supporting the PRO Act

Labor Day is a day that celebrates workers in the U.S., and that’s more important this year than ever. Due to the ongoing pandemic, hundreds of thousands of workers have lost their jobs.

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In These Times, August 18, 2021
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Workers of Color at Major Electric Bus Company Allege Widespread Racism on the Job

Current and former employees at New Flyer say that they have faced a pattern of racial discrimination at the company’s manufacturing plants in California and Alabama.

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California, The South

Letter: Complaint About Discriminatory Practices at New Flyer of America Inc.

Current and former employees of New Flyer of America release a letter detailing racism and discrimination they experienced at work.

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Toward a New Procurement Law: Reclaiming Competition for the Common Good

About the panelPanelists presented a groundbreaking new analysis of federal procurement law to reveal how regulatory changes can transform the U.S. economy by directing federal resources for physical, social and climate-related infrastructure to rebuild high-road American businesses and create good jobs

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CNET, March 29, 2021
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Amazon’s union vote: What the election at an Alabama warehouse could mean

Iheme, the community organizer, said Amazon workers deserve to have enough energy to function outside of work. If warehouse employees aren't "exhausted when they get off work," or running off to a second job to make ends meet, they can be better parents. They might also get involved in the community and even take vacations to other parts of the state, she added, all of which would be good for Bessemer and the state's economy. "When you have that time to invest in your home," she said, "you have that time to invest in your community."