No more jobs on the line!

Tell your Representative to vote against the Korea, Colombia, and Panama trade deals.

At a critical time in our recovering economy, the Obama administration and Congress are pushing for three NAFTA-style trade deals with Korea, Colombia, and Panama that place millions of Americans jobs at risk.

Fill out a pink slip today, letting Congress know how you and your communities would be affected if you got the pink slip. We can’t afford more of the same job-killing trade policies!

When Wanda, a worker who was laid off from an automotive plant states, was asked about how the layoffs impacted other workers, she stated that a friend of hers has cut back on how much food and groceries they buy to make ends meet. Regarding the impact on the greater community, she said that many folks are tightening their belts, especially around medical costs. "People can't afford to go to their yearly checkups...people that couldn't afford to go to the dentist go to the emergency room."

Speak out against more NAFTA-style trade deals.

  • Write your information and tell Congress how another pink slip-creating-trade pact would affect your life and community.
  • When Congress returns to DC in September, we won’t let them ignore your voices. We’ll deliver your pink slips filled with your concerns, your hopes, your stories to their congressional offices.

Thanks for raising your voice and saying NO to more pink slips in your community!

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