Petition statement to be delivered to Carlos Ghosn, Chairman and CEO, Renault-Nissan Alliance

Stand with Nissan Workers: Sign the Solidarity Pledge

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Stand with Nissan Workers: Sign the Solidarity Pledge

To be delivered to Carlos Ghosn, Chairman and CEO, Renault-Nissan Alliance

Petition Statement

I pledge to stand with Nissan workers in their fight for a free and fair vote on forming a union, and demand Nissan’s management ensures that all workers can exercise their rights without fear of reprisal.
There are currently 2,968 signatures. NEW goal - We need 3,000 signatures!

Petition Background

Thousands of Nissan auto workers in Canton, Mississippi—80 percent of whom are African-American—have had enough. They endure dangerous working conditions, bullying by management, punishing production demands, and long hours.

That’s why Nissan workers will soon vote on whether to unionize, despite underhanded interference from management. The company is already waging an incredibly hostile campaign of intimidation and pressure against union supporters.

Nissan has union representation at every one of its 45 manufacturing plants around the world, except for the three plants in the American South. Southern workers should not be denied the rights that all other Nissan workers around the globe can exercise.

This campaign of intimidation and pressure from the company must end. Tell Nissan to stop standing in the way of its workers’ right to unionize!

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