[Nfbmo] FW: [NFBAffiliatePresidents] Legal Concerns About the Goodwill Informational Protest
GWunder at earthlink.net
Mon Aug 20 14:36:24 UTC 2012
I trust all chapters have made arrangements for some kind of informational
protest given all the buzz on the chapter presidents list. This may allay
some concerns I have heard expressed.
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[mailto:nfbaffiliatepresidents-bounces at nfbnet.org] On Behalf Of Lewis, Anil
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Subject: [NFBAffiliatePresidents] Legal Concerns About the Goodwill
I have received several inquiries about legal concerns
related to our Goodwill Informational Protest.
We are conducting our informational protests to provide information to the
general public about the unfair, discriminatory, immoral practice of paying
people with disabilities less than the federal minimum wage. We are
exercising our right to free speech. We are not soliciting, nor are we
denying customers access to any establishments.
I encourage you to contact your local police precinct to let them know you
will be conducting "Informational" protest, distributing flyers, and
educating the general public. They will let you know if there are any
specific legal requirements regarding location, distance, or the need for
We are encouraging you to register your protest location with me as soon as
possible so that we can be prepared if a need for local legal representation
The following is a created strategy provided by Michelle Clark, a dedicated
Chapter President and member of the NFB of Maryland. I think it is a great
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When we met for our strategy session for the protest here in Maryland, the
question came up about Goodwill Stores being in shopping centers. What if
management of the center has a problem with us? I thought of if a Dollar
type store was in the shopping center, buy something there for one dollar.
If there are problems, just show your bag.
What are your thoughts on this?
Mr. Anil Lewis, M.P.A.
"Eliminating Subminimum Wages for People with Disabilities"
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