More SF Chronicle solidarity!
Delaware County Unit chair and sports writer Bob Grotz.
Mary Lynn Wisnewski of Delaware County Times advertising.
Monterey’s #NewsMatters cake.
Monterey Herald staff
NewsGuild on the move early Friday
Denver City Councilman Kevin Flynn, former City Hall reporter for the Rocky Mountain News.
Marrissa J. Lang, #coffeematters
Preparer Ed McGowan of Delaware County Times
In Hawaii, Guild members show support for the News Matters campaign and striking members in Halifax, Nova Scotia. “I mua” (pronounced ee mua) means “forward” in Hawaiian. Kamehameha the Great used it as part of his famous battle cry: “I mua e na pokii a inu I ka wai awaawa aohe hope e hoi mai ai.” “Forward my young brothers and drink of the bitter waters of battle, for there is no turning back until we are victorious.”
U.S. Senator (Colorado) Micheal Bennet
Guild members Chuck Pleiness, Jim Evans and Ray Skowronek of The Macomb Daily in suburban Detroit, wearing their #NEWSMATTERS shirts (plus Santa hats from a previous mobilizing event at that paper and sister paper, the Daily Tribune.)
SF Chronicle business reporters show support for DFM workers
Macomb Daily editorial assistant/Guild member Erica Stark and her service dog, Cooley
Monterey Herald reporters Tommy Wright and James Herrera with a #NewsMatters cake.
SF Chronicle staff in solidarity; L to R: J.K. Dineen, Mike Cabanatuan, Carl Nolte, Leah Garchik and Steve Rubenstein
Lynn Bettcher of Delaware County
Santa Rosa (CaliforniaPress Democrat workers supporting DFM Guild workers and #NewsMatters Day
Detroit Free Press workers show solidarity with Guild brothers and sisters in Macomb, Mich.
NewsGuild Executive VP Marian Needham
Steve Rubenstien at SF Chronicle
On Friday, May 6, workers and supporters across the country (and beyond) stood up to demand that profit-hungry hedge fund newspaper owners stop the ‘thousand cuts’ that are devastating newsrooms, communities and democracy.
#NewsMatters messages from the U.S. and Canada spread the word all day via Twitter and Facebook, while Digital First Media employees and supporters proudly wore #NewsMatters t-shirts and buttons at work.
Here are just a few images from News Guild members and our many supporters. Thanks to all who participated and sent photos!
Oh, and if you haven’t yet signed up to join the campaign, do it now! It’s quick and easy.
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