Lancaster City Council Member elect Jaime Arroyo for Lancaster went to Congress yesterday to testify about why businesses need to implement practices that benefit all of us, not just their personal profits and CEO's paycheck. From paying employees living wages to reducing the use of fossil fuels in their business model, we need businesses and coporations to play their part in working for working people. And, we need representatives and voters who hold these businesses accountable for their impact on our communities. That's what Lancaster elected Jaime, Amanda Bakay for City Council, and Xavier Garcia-Molina for City Council to do once they're sworn in, and we can't wait to see how they push Lancaster to work for all of us. ... See MoreSee Less
That was a word salad of feel good BS.
Why are folks clamoring for government force to be applied to our citizens & businesses?
I don’t understand. What happened to live & let live? Or violence is unacceptable?
As we approach 2020, we need to be able to count on our members to fight for our values. From our work in this year’s local elections to our push to increase PA’s minimum wage, we can only do this work when supporters like you decide it’s up to us to make sure our government works for us and become dues-paying members of Lancaster Stands Up. Pledge your membership today, and you’ll receive a membership card, a pin, and a link to RSVP to our Annual Members’ Conference.
No thank you I work for myself, I don't need to work for organization that to me don't stand with the other activist and non-profit organizations.... together we stand as one because that's the only way we the people are going to win
Today is the #ExtraGive in Lancaster! Sadly, our organization does not qualify to participate in this event because we are a (501c4) political non-profit. We are proud of the work we do in our community --standing up for each other and #lancastervalues. If you would like to support us, we humbly invite you to donate. Thank you! ... See MoreSee Less