Join the "Twitter Storm" and stand up for B&H Photo Workers

Ian Pajer-Rogers |

Over 200 B&H Photo warehouse workers organizing with Laundry Workers Center and United Steelworkers stood up last weekend and demanded an end to incredibly dangerous working conditions, discrimination, and wage theft.

Workers collaborated with community allies to make a great video about their campaign for change at B&H--the largest non-chain photo store in the country and a major source of equipment for video and photo professionals. Now we're asking for your help to launch their video into the stratosphere.

Join today's "Twitter Storm" from 2pm-4pm by tweeting with #BHexposed and let the world of professional photo & video know about the workers who are leading the fight against the horrific safety conditions at B&H warehouses.

Here are some sample tweets you can use: 

-- Your beautiful 4K cameras brought 2 u by people working under dangerous cond. at @BHPhotoVideo warehouses #bhexposed 

-- "We demand respect & to be treated as humans.” @bhphotovideo warehouse workers have the power: #BHexposed #1u

-- 200 warehouse workers can't be wrong! Watch the video & stand w/them now: @BHPhotoVideo #bhexposed

-- .@BHPhotoVideo workers want a union w/@steelworkers to end horrific safety probs, discrimination: #BHexposed #1u  

-- There is no justice except what you make for yourself & workers are demanding justice at @BHPhotoVideo: #bhexposed