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Motive

Why get involved?

Amazon employees have been fighting for better labor rights since 1999.

 

However, Amazon shuts down every attempt at unionizing.

Join our cause and demand Amazon to get their shit together.

Mission

What is our goal?

To inspire Amazon to be equally as employee centric as they are  consumer centric.

Method

How will we do it?

Get educated.

Choose a role.

Spread the message.

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Get educated
 

Do you know how shitty Amazon is?

Pretty shitty, right? Feel free to check out the articles, or warp straight ahead to the roles.

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How Amazon Fends Off Unions
CNBC

How Amazon Fends Off Unions

Amazon workers have held an increased number of protests over the last year, which is one sign that momentum to organize has picked up among some of its 650,000 worldwide employees. But unionizing efforts so far have not succeeded. Amazon increased minimum wage to $15 an hour last year and offers generous benefits. It's also fending off unions using tweets, training videos and internal hires. Watch the video to learn what unions are all about and how they could impact Amazon and its workers. *** Correction *** This video incorrectly refers to Amazon's spokesperson as Rachael Lightly. Her name is Rachael Lighty. Three big unions that are talking to Amazon workers are the Teamsters, the United Food & Commercial Workers Union, and the Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union, among others. Recent worker protests point to organizing efforts. On Amazon Prime Day in July, a handful of Amazon workers at a fulfillment center in Shakopee, Minnesota, went on strike. It was the first strike by U.S. workers during the company's annual sales events that started five years ago, and one of several protests that's taken place in the U.S. in the past year. Throughout Amazon's 25-year history, there have been multiple rumblings of workers trying to unionize. So far, none of the efforts have been successful. With record-breaking sales numbers and newly doubled shipping speeds, however, momentum to organize has picked up among some of Amazon's more than 650,000 worldwide employees. Efforts to curb union activity inside Amazon include a leaked training video that was sent to Whole Foods managers in 2018. In it, an animated man wearing a yellow safety vest says, "We are not anti-union, but we are not neutral either. We do not believe unions are in the best interest of our customers or shareholders or most importantly, our associates." It goes on to give tips to managers for spotting union activity. "Make it a point to regularly talk to associates in the break room. This will help protect you from accusations that you were only in the break room to spy on pro union associates." Amazon notes the training video has not been used since last year and says it was in compliance with the National Labor Relations Act. » Subscribe to CNBC: https://cnb.cx/SubscribeCNBC » Subscribe to CNBC TV: https://cnb.cx/SubscribeCNBCtelevision » Subscribe to CNBC Classic: https://cnb.cx/SubscribeCNBCclassic About CNBC: From 'Wall Street' to 'Main Street' to award winning original documentaries and Reality TV series, CNBC has you covered. Experience special sneak peeks of your favorite shows, exclusive video and more. Connect with CNBC News Online Get the latest news: https://www.cnbc.com/ Follow CNBC on LinkedIn: https://cnb.cx/LinkedInCNBC Follow CNBC News on Facebook: https://cnb.cx/LikeCNBC Follow CNBC News on Twitter: https://cnb.cx/FollowCNBC Follow CNBC News on Instagram: https://cnb.cx/InstagramCNBC #CNBC #Amazon How Amazon Fends Off Unions

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"Hasan explains how Amazon's monopoly in various fields and aggressive and sometimes shady business practices threaten to create a future where no one will be able to shop online or use any web service without going through them."  -IMDB

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TURN

Choose your role(s)
. . . Let's get shit done.
 
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MESSENGER

Power: Speed + Reach

 

Info: The Messenger is quick and clever. They start social media movements and spread the Poopazonian mission on paper.

Tweet:

Print:

Task: Use real-life and social media connections to share the Poopazonian mission.

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SORCERER

Power: Disappearance + Wisdom

 

Info: The Sorcerer is cunning and to the point. They disappear in order to make the value of their presence known.

Push to disappear!

Bonus Good-Human Points: Support local stores this holiday season instead.

Task: Deactivate Amazon Prime for 1 month, 2 months, and maybe even 3.

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ARTIST

Power: Creativity + Expression

Info: The Artist is unique and passionate. They use creative expression to make progressive movements memorable. 

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Task: Create poems, paintings, songs, dances and more.

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FLAG BEARER

Power: Commitment + Pride

 

Info: The Flagbearer is passionate and bold. They help fund the mission by purchasing Poopazon merch. 

All profits donated to unionizing efforts

Task: Choose a flag.

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ANGEL

Power: Resources + Generosity

Info: The Angel is kind and generous. They share their resources for a better corporate tomorrow.

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DISCLAIMER: It is important to note that the Amazon Labor Union (ALU) and Poopazon are separate entities. The ALU is not responsible for any content on this site.

Task: Support the mission in whatever way you can.

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ADVOCATE

Power: Policy + Communication

 

Info: The Advocate is skilled and respectful. They jump through corporate and governmental hoops to make necessary change happen.

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Your Gov:

Phone:

Tweet Them

Task: Contact your state advocate. 

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ETHNOGRAPHER

Power: Experience + Empathy

Info: The Ethnographer is curious and courageous. They poop, contemplate, and share. 

Q:

  1. Would you risk missing quota and getting fired to take a bathroom break?

  2. How would you feel pooping in a bag or peeing in a bottle at work?

A:

Next time you're on the toilet, tell us what you think.

Bonus: Nominate a friend!

Task: Sh*t in solidarity. Do your thang, while you do your thang.

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ORGANIZER

Power: Leadership + Connection

 

Info: The Organizer is strong in mind and outreach. They assemble a team and leverage their strengths to make an impact.

using the provided banner and description as inspiration.

Banner

Consumers unite for workers' rights!

Join us in your creatively-constructed robot suit of Amazon boxes to demand Amazon treat their employees better!

Description

Copy to clipboard

Task: Create or join a local rally.

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SHAPESHIFTER

Power: Adaptability + Disguise

 

Info: The shapeshifter is fearless and cunning. They alter their online presence to spread awareness. 

1. Download your disguise:

 

​2. Transform your former social media profile pic to your new disguise.

 

3.  Copy and paste the following in your new pic description:

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Changing my profile picture is a small token of support toward Amazon employees and their fight for workers' rights. Join me in this ridiculous endeavor to try and make Amazon better.

 

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Task: Engage in temporary transformation.

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