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Picket Schedule and Information
Monday – Thursday Picket Schedule for the week of January 28
The View/All My Children
W. 66th (west of West End)
Late Night With Conan O'Brien
Rockefeller Plaza on 49th Street
The Daily Show
11th Ave. (51st St.)
The Colbert Report
513 W. 54th (between 10th and 11th)
There will be pickets Monday through Thursday next week, being organized by individual strike captains. Your strike captain will be getting in touch with you about assignments for picket locations for next week.
Our large-scale picket is scheduled for Friday, February 1st from 11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
We will picket outside the One Life To Live studios at 55 West 66 Street (b/w Columbus and Central Park West). Everyone is encouraged to come out.
If you have not yet been assigned a captain, please contact Leah in the organizing department at email@example.com or by phone (212-767-7841) and she will assign a strike captain to get in touch with you.
We will continue to hold rallies, informational leaflets, and pickets at various locations around New York City.
Wear your WGAE t-shirt to the event and bring your WGAE whistle. Other union members — wear your union gear proudly! Check the website for updated location
[If you are a Writers Guild member living outside of NYC or LA and would like to
organize an action in your city, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Actions are
currently being organized in certain cities.]
What does a Contract Captain do?
Maintain regular communication with your team about leafleting, picketing, rallies, etc.
Why is this important?
An informed and mobilized membership is key to winning a strong
contract. The more members who have a Contract Captain to keep them
informed, mobilized and working the picket lines, the greater the
impact of our actions.
How do I sign up?
Send your name and email address here and the Organizing Department will contact you immediately with how to set up your team, and what to do next.
Or call Leah in the Organizing Department directly at 212-767-7841