SCCU Wage Theft Action

On Tuesday, April 30, some canvassers from the IWW Sisters’ Camelot Canvass Union confronted their managers about missing wages. At the time they were turned away from the Sisters’ Camelot office and told that they should contact the bookkeeper. After making several phone calls and texts, the bookkeeper informed the canvassers that she could not help them retrieve the missing information. On Thursday May 9, the canvassers returned to collect that information. Here are the most pertinent clips.

Noam Chomsky’s Statement of Support

Author, activist, and MIT Professor Noam Chomsky released this statement of support for the SCCU. Note that he refers to the unionized workers as “Sisters’ Camelot,” instead of attributing the organization to the managing collective. Thank you Professor Chomsky for taking the time to make this video!

Canvasser Testimonials from April 30, 2013

Bridget, Bobby, Maria, and Tiffany sitting outside the Camelot warehouse after confronting the collective members about withheld online donations. While waiting for a call back from the Camelot bookkeeper, they killed time by reminiscing about the good ol’ days of canvassing…

Open House on March 23, 2013

Sorry it cuts off suddenly toward the end; our video recorder ran out of batteries.