Workers Beat Back Goliath, Defend Factory Occupation
Last night, PepsiCo workers defended the factory occupation and at least for the night, kept the police away. How did they do it?
Tatiana CozzarelliJuly 12, 2017
No Bread for Our Children, No Peace for Our Bosses
Camilo Mones is a PepsiCo worker, member of the shop-floor committee within the factory and leader of the Bordó opposition caucus of the Food Industry Workers' Union (STIA).
Camilo MonesJuly 8, 2017
Sign Petition in Solidarity with Workers Occupying PepsiCo Factory
Sign the petition to support Argentine PepsiCo workers who are occupying their factory in defense of their jobs!
Left VoiceJuly 7, 2017
ARGENTINA: Action in Solidarity with PepsiCo Workers
PepsiCo workers, students, and other sectors of the working class blocked a road in the center of Buenos Aires as part of the fight against the firing 600 PepsiCo workers.
Mira Craig-MorseJuly 5, 2017
Workers Occupy Factory to Keep their Jobs with PepsiCo
600 workers who were fired by PepsiCo are taking matters into their own hands and occupying the factory in Buenos Aires.
Mira Craig-MorseJune 29, 2017
Boycott Pepsi Products in Solidarity with Argentine Workers!
Workers at a PepsiCo factory in Argentina occupied the factory to protect their jobs. Send photos in support and boycott PepsiCo and Lay's products!
Left VoiceJune 28, 2017