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Worker Memorial Day, April 28th, 2014

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Nobody should be killed on their job in this day and age, nobody should be killed making a car.  We remember these four workers who died on the job at Nissan Tennessee facilities.  To remember those fallen is not enough; we need to support the auto workers’ fight to have a safer workplace that values […]

Atlanta, March 28th Nissan Truth Tour Recap

Nissan Truth Tour: Atlanta The Atlanta Nissan Truth Tour stop featured students from Georgia State University, Clark Atlanta University, Morehouse College and Spelman College.  Students gave an audience of 160 people passionate performances of original music and fashion dedicated to social justice.  The event included 14 volunteers, table exhibitors, two spoken word artist, three Hip-Hop […]

Miami, 3/26 Nissan Truth Tour Recap

The March 26th Nissan Truth Tour stop in Miami, Florida showcased the best of art and activism in South Florida.  In a city with a great deal of culture but also a great deal of injustice, about 250 attendees came out to support this event.  The event highlighted the Concerned Students for a Better Nissan […]

Jackson, MS 3/21 Nissan Truth Tour Recap

“Now on the count of three…GO,” the FIGHT 4 Justice is on! More than 500 Nissan workers, community dignitaries, students, and fans filled the Rose E. McCoy Auditorium at Jackson State University to make noise and make the world pay attention! The event was hosted March 21st to not only raise awareness for the workers, […]

New Orleans, 3/14 Nissan Truth Tour Recap

Concerned Students for a Better Nissan Truth Tour 2014: New Orleans The second stop on the CSBN Nissan Truth Tour was an opportunity for social justice organizations across the New Orleans area to inspire engagement the social justice movements of today, while building awareness around the right-to-organize campaign for Southern Nissan and T-Mobile workers. The […]

Chicago, 3/4 Nissan Truth Tour Recap

Art, activism, and all of the above! Local poets, artist, and painters rallied support for Nissan workers in Canton, MS and Smryna, TN by tapping into the arts. Local Chicago students creatively collaborate to create a night of live performances in support of social justice issues through original art, poetry, and music with an emphasis […]

Nissan cannot buy our dignity

Recently, Nissan donated $100,000 to the Medgar and Myrlie Evers Institute. Does Nissan really believe that $100,000 can suffice for the dignity, stability and reverence the civil rights era is entitled to? Perhaps Nissan needs to become more aware of the people, place and history of the state in which they are located. Conceivably, Nissan […]

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