Friday, February 23, 2007

Parents, Communities Urge - BOYCOTT MONSTER CABLE!!

Parents and workers from Monster Cable and their allies in the Chinese Progressive Association and other groups have stepped up their campaign for economic justice for laid off workers.
2/28 Weekly Boycott Action 11 am - 1 pm, Wed. Feb 28: San Francisco Immigration Building, Sansome St. and Wahington St., downtown San Francisco. Joint Action/Boycott Picket: Monster Cable Workers Join in the Week of Action Against the ICE Raids. Come spend your lunchtime with laid-off workers, community allies and musicians!

3/3 The Monster Bash! A Concert and March - Demanding Justice for Laid off Monster Cable Workers

Saturday, March 3 -10 am – 12:30 pm
10:00 am: Meeting in Burlingame , CA (exact location TBA)

For more info contact Shaw San at

Worker Campaign Blog: http://monstercableworkers

BOYCOTT MONSTER CABLE! After months of protests and no progress with Monster Cable, laid-off workers have launched a boycott of Monster Cable products. Support the boycott and Monster Cable laid-off workers in their demands that the company:

--Provide us with a just and fair compensation package which recognizes our years of service

--Contribute to a Community Transition Fund to support laid-off workers in vocational training and job development

Call Monster Cable CEO Noel Lee at: 415-508-0000 (cell) and

Tell him you will not purchase Monster Cable products until the company fairly resolves the workers demands. Ask Mr. Lee if he can't afford a sports car or two, to do justice for the workers who made him wealthy over the past 20 years. (see Quick Facts, below).

Calling Community Organizations and Musicians:


Please contact Shaw San Liu at or 415-391-6986 ext 313, to join the growing list of official boycott endorsers (see list below)!

Call Apple CEO Steve Jobs at 408-996-1010, Fax at 408-974-2483.

Tell them that cables and igadgets shouldn’t come at the cost of hurting workers!

Monster Cable produces iTV link, iEZClick, iSplitter, iCruze, iCarPlay, iCable and iStudioLink, and other products for Apple Users


Monster Cable Workers Blog

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