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The Importance of Labor History

A hundred years ago, a different Sacramento IWW local languished in the cells of the Sacramento County Jail awaiting federal trial for conspiracy against the United States. They were the victims of the First Red Scare (1919-1920), a seldom discussed event in US history that provided the precedent for the Red Scare of the 1950’s. […]

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Statement of Solidarity

Members of the Sacramento IWW write this letter with solemn condolences to the family and friends of Stephon “Zoe” Clark.   On March 18th, Sacramento Police Department officers Terrance Mercadal and Jared Robinet shot ten bullets each, killing the 22-year-old father of two. He was the seventeenth person killed by Sacramento-area police in the last […]

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Monthly Workshops

Join us every month for a chance to discuss work problems with others organizing on the job, and share experiences fighting for justice at work. 3rd Tuesdays, 7pm at Espresso Metro

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Incarcerated Workers Group

Sacramento IWOC opposes the prison system by working to support prisoners, especially in the northern California region. We seek to empower prisoners and to connect anti-prison struggles with other workers’ struggles.  Our central mission is to support prison strikes from the outside, while staying faithful to the messaging and demands of the strikers.  We write […]

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Public Services Statement

In our lifetimes, we have seen a war waged on working people and communities in the form of cuts to public programs including schools, healthcare, EBT and more.  It is up to us, Sacramento public sector workers, to organize at our workplaces and directly resist these attacks so that we may begin the economic and […]