Dear Building Tradesmen and Women,
-If you ever felt like your employer/contractor treated you different from other tradesmen and women, you were discriminated against.
-If you’ve been laid off, while everyone else kept working...you were discriminated against.
-If you are the only black person on your crew, you are discriminated against.
-If the journeyman on the job didn't teach you or show you anything, you were discriminated against.
-If you’ve never worked for a single contractor for more than a year straight, you were discriminated against.
-If employer/contractor refuse to work with you, you were discriminated against.
ETC, ETC, ETC
STEAP RE-ENFRANCHISING WILL PUT A END TO THIS NON-SENSE!!!
If any of this applies to you or anyone that you know, we will be meeting with the lawyers on Monday July 30th at 6pm.
We all are constantly discriminated against. Please share this with any tradesmen or women that you know. Let’s make this go viral.
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