Walmart is the largest private employer in the world and the Walton family is the richest family in America – meanwhile their employees in stores are struggling to get by and make ends meet.

Our movement began in 2011 when more than a hundred Walmart employees came together in front of their headquarters in Bentonville, Arkansas to share our experiences and build a vision for change.

Our demand was simple: We work hard and we deserve respect and a share of the wealth we help create.

Now, a new film shows our history. “Dear Walmart” is an independent documentary that tells the intimate and behind-the-headlines stories of our members. Watch how we’ve pushed back against disrespect, workplace hazards, and poverty wages. You’ll see footage of in-store organizing and actions, Black Friday strikes, small group meetings, community outreach, and national gatherings.

You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, you’ll feel inspired.

Ways to Support “Dear Walmart”

Host a Watch Party
Host a Watch Party

Commit to having friends & family over to watch the movie

Donate Towards a Walmart Employee's Watch Party
Donate Towards a Walmart Employee's Watch Party

Chip in to make sure we can spread the movie

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