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What are You Doing on 'Black Friday?'

The Food and Commercial Workers Union is asking allies to support Walmart workers this "Black Friday," probably the busiest shopping day of the year.

Across the country, Walmart workers and supporters are standing up against the low-wages, increasing part-time only work and erratic scheduling that keep workers from being able to support their families. In many states, Walmart workers earn so little that they're eligible for food stamps, while the company takes in $16 billion in profits.

Here's a list of events that you can join: Stand with Walmart Strikers on Black Friday