In October, we learned about the extent Comcast/NBC News went to cover up a culture of rampant sexual assault and rape in its organization. We also heard workers at NBC parent company Comcast’s call centers calling for immediate change to what they described as a culture of sexual harassment and hostility in the workplace. And just last week, actor Gabrielle Union spoke out against racism and sexism on NBC show “America’s Got Talent.”
It’s clear that Comcast and NBC aren't doing enough to provide a safe work environment for it's employees, from call center employees to on-camera talent. That’s why we’re taking this fight to Comcast headquarters on Wednesday, demanding real change to protect workers—will you join us?
What: Comcast and NBC survivors, movement leaders, organizers and activists will be calling for real change at Comcast
Where: Comcast HQ, 1701 John F Kennedy Blvd (17th and JFK)
When: Wednesday, December 18th at 4:30-5:30pm