The union bug is a sign of a just work place. Gloo Factory employees are under contract with the Communications Workers of America. Together we strive to make the work place comfortable and beneficial to all. Why do labor unions exist? To create safe working conditions, immigrant rights, equal pay and living wages and benefits […]
Gloo Factory Ink. participated in the Occupy Tucson protest this past weekend offering tshirts and stickers. An estimated 1000 people took part on the 1st day.
Gloo Factory Ink is producing new stickers and buttons to show solidarity with the Occupy Wall Street movement that is now taking to the streets in cities all over the US. The Occupy Tucson protest and encampment is supported by the local labor movement and average folks who want change. It begins October 15th at […]
Gloo Factory Ink will be participating in Tucson Museum of Art’s Who Shot Rock & Roll Art After Dark happening on October 22, 2011. We will be printing outdoors in front of the stage between 8 pm -midnight at the opening reception. Stop by and screen print your own souvenir poster. At the event we […]
The Southside Worker Center provides a volunteer support system to help workers and employers to negotiate day labor employment. A community effort of Southside Presbyterian Church, the Center also offers English classes and other opportunities for the workers. Visit Southside Worker Center for further details.
Today the No More Deaths coalition is releasing a report on US Border Patrol abuses of migrant detainees called Culture of Cruelty. The Gloo Factory is honored to be the printer for this epic publication, and applauds the work of the many individuals and groups working for justice in the borderlands. As an independent media […]