Wal-Mart: The High Cost of Low Price Screening @ 2640 Tonight

There are scores of reasons to boycott Wal-Mart. Listing them all here would be very near impossible. But if you care at all for human rights, make no mistake, Wal-Mart treats it’s employees like slaves; Literally locking them in the store overnight, collecting on ‘dead peasant’ insurance policies, forcing employees onto medicaid, and union busting.

Wal-Mart: The High Cost of Low Price will be shown in a free screening at 2640 tonight. 7 pm.

That’s not what we need in Remington, and tonight the good people at Bmore Local are pleased to present a free screening of Wal-Mart: The High Cost of Low Price at 2640 Space. if you missed the coming out party at City Hall last week, this is another great chance to connect with your neighbors in person and unite to shape the growth of our city in a sensible, positive way.

Come out and say hello, see the film and sign up for the mailing list. Of course, whether you can make it tonight or not you can still join over 500 people on Facebook who make up the Bmore Local group there.

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2640 is located at 2640 Saint Paul Street in Charles Village.

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One response to “Wal-Mart: The High Cost of Low Price Screening @ 2640 Tonight

  1. telecommutenow

    We must stop the 25th street station development. We do not need another bunch of stores selling regular clothes, household items, personal care items, appliances, tools and for god sake, groceries. That auto dealer building should stay up as it is- vacant and silent. Helps the traffic Helps the noise, keeps the corner dark at night. I for one am glad when all the employed people leave for their jobs in the county each day so the neighborhood is nice and peaceful.

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