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Who are we?

We are a coalition of grocery workers, shoppers, faith leaders, elected officials, unions and community groups working together to hold the New Seasons grocery chain and their private equity owners, Endeavour Capital, accountable to our community’s values of respect for workers’ rights, diversity and inclusion. We’ve seen New Seasons in action, and we want to share our stories – stories about union-busting, promoting gentrification, and defending their ties to the Murdock Trust, a New Seasons investor that has given millions to extreme anti-LGBTQ, anti-choice and anti-worker organizations. As New Seasons plans to open its first Seattle store in Ballard, we want to let them know: If you want to do business in our neighborhoods, you have to respect our values. Until we see real changes, we’ll #RejectNewSeasons. We hope you’ll join us.

New Seasons Stories is sponsored by UFCW 21.

The Good Jobs Coalition is made up of economic and racial justice groups signing this letter including:

A. Philip Randolph Institute – Seattle Chapter (APRI)
Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance, AFL-CIO (APALA)
Community Alliance for Global Justice (CAGJ)
Equal Rights Washington (ERW)
Greater Seattle Area Local of the American Postal Workers Union, AFL-CIO
Got Green
International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW 77)
ILWU Puget Sound District Council
LGBTQ Allyship
Main Street Alliance
M.L. King County Labor Council
OneAmerica
Poverty Action Network
Puget Sound Advocates for Retirement Action (PSARA)
Puget Sound Sage
Seattle-King County NAACP
SEIU 6 Property Services NW
St Johns United Lutheran Church
Teamsters 117
Transit Riders Union
Unite Here! Local 8
UAW Local 4121
UFCW Local 21
UW United Students Against Sweatshops (UW USAS)
Vietnamese Friendship Association
Washington Community Action Network (WA CAN)
Washington State Labor Council, AFL-CIO