The UFCW’s staff last week was facilitating press interviews with activist workers and deflecting Wal-Mart’s contention that the UFCW was in control. “These workers are speaking out for themselves, and we support them,” Julie Anderson, a spokeswoman for the UFCW, told SN last week. “[Wal-Mart] is trying to shift focus to the UFCW. This isn’t about the UFCW, it’s about OURwalmart. The workers are the ones running the show.” According to ...

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