COVID-19 has highlighted many dimensions of the crisis of capitalism. Solidarity K’jipuktuk/Halifax believes a better world is possible; a world where a global pandemic would be met with care and material support on all fronts. Instead we see this virus hitting hardest in marginalized communities and bosses already rolling back wage increases for front line workers.
If we’re supposed to stay the blazes home, let’s start with the kind of supports that would make that possible for all people living in Nova Scotia. We need rent control, 10 paid sick days and a living wage for all workers, in-community care for people with disabilities, non-profit long-term care and proper protections for all healthcare workers.
Show your support for fairness and justice in response to COVID in Nova Scotia! We’re asking members and supporters of Solidarity K’jipuktuk/Halifax to put up posters in their windows or poster around their neighbourhoods.
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Download printer-friendly versions of our posters here:
- People with Disabilities Deserve Better! In-community Care Now!
- End For-Profit Long-Term Care!
- Thank our Healthcare Workers: Give Them the Protection They Need!
- Stay the Blazes Home? Give us 10 Blazing Paid Sick Days!
- Support Essential Workers With a Living Wage and Paid Sick Days
- Stay the Blazes Home? We Need Blazing Rent Control
- COVID-19 is the Disease: Capitalism is the Crisis