Solidarity is brewing in Jacksonville!
Starbucks Workers in Jacksonville are part of a nation-wide organizing wave. After working on the front lines during the pandemic, they are standing up for their right to have a voice and a seat at the table. The company is engaging in an intense anti-union campaign designed to intimidate and scare the workers to keep them from having a union. We call on the company to stop union-busting and respect Starbucks Workers’ right to organize a union!
Here's how you can support Starbucks workers:
1) Sign the Solidarity Letter
Show Starbucks workers we support them, and share widely. Sign here. Ask your union or other community organization to sign on as a group.
2) Visit Unionizing Stores
Visit the baristas at unionizing stores any time and tell them you have their back! Give a pro-union name when you order, or change your first name in the Starbucks app to “Union Yes” or “Union Strong” and mobile order. You can also leave a note on the community board. Don't forget to tip!
3) Donate to Starbucks Workers United
Buy official Starbucks Workers United merchandise, 100% made in USA and decorated by union workers. Click here for a list of solidarity funds.
4) Sign up for Updates
Follow Starbucks Workers United on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.
Follow Jacksonville DSA on Twitter and Facebook. DSA members, join our #labor-sbux Slack channel.
5) Share Your Support
Post photos, share the solidarity letter, and tag Jacksonville DSA and Starbucks Workers United.
6) Join the Union Wave
If you work at another Starbucks location, email email@example.com to get started. No matter where you work, contact the Emergency Workplace Organizing Committee to get in touch with an organizer.