Jun 12, 2014
Last week, Amber Diaz, a former T-Mobile employee who lost her job because of her union activity, stepped up to the microphone at T-Mobile's annual shareholders to speak out against her unjust firing. She asked T-Mobile's Board of Directors to commit to ending these kinds of human rights violations.
They said, "No."
Watch the video of her bold stand here.
But TU activists like Amber aren't going away. Now they're asking the public to tell T-Mobile that they won't tolerate this inaction and that T-Mobile must do right by their workers, investors and consumers.
"When we keep up the pressure and continue to fight, we can make change at T-Mobile," Diaz said. "I will not give up the fight – and I hope you will fight with me."