Join us at our upcoming ‘Digital Day of Action’

Last month, we hosted a ‘Digital Day of Action’ for migrant worker rights in partnership with CaterToronto. We were amazed at the response and engagement from community, and inspired by the collective impact we were able to achieve working together.

On September 7th, we received 167 new signatures on our petition. Over the next week, over 450 new community members followed us on Instagram to learn more about migrant worker rights.

With COVID-19 continuing to impact workers’ lives on a daily basis, and a lack of meaningful action from the Canadian government, we need to continue this work. It’s time to take matters into our own hands.

We will be hosting another ‘Digital Day of Action’ on October 18th, 2020 at 10AM. To register and receive the Zoom link, click through to our Eventbrite page here.

Once you’ve registered, take the extra step in helping us promote the ‘Digital Day of Action’. Here’s how you can support:

  1. Download one of the graphics in this folder – each of the graphics is an image of a local migrant workers’ hands.
  2. Take a photo of your own hands – holding food, cooking, gardening, cleaning up, etc.
  3. Post these photos in an image set on Instagram or other social media platforms.
  4. In your caption, write (something along these lines): “I stand in solidarity with migrant workers across the country. Join me.  Take action and #GetYourHandsDirty at Justicia’s Digital Day of Action on October 18th.”

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