WalmartprotestSept5Report by Union City—“We’re in Arizona for filming this week,” reports “Can’t Take It No More!” co-producer Michael Blain. “We’re documenting workers’ stories at a series of events and actions there, and then we’re heading to Arkansas, to film with workers at and around the Walmart shareholders’ meeting.” One of the workers going to Arkansas will be Tiffany Beroid, an OUR Walmart leader at the Laurel, MD, store recently profiled in the Washington Post for her efforts to stand up to Walmart’s discriminatory pregnancy policies. “I guess Walmart didn’t like the power that its employees showed,” Beroid wrote in a letter sent to Making Change at Walmart supporters recently, “because just a few weeks after I was interviewed in the Washington Post, Walmart fired me with a string of flimsy excuses.” Blain has been filming with Beroid since October 2013.  Click here for more on the “Can’t Take It No More!” Kickstarter campaign. NOTE: Events are taking place at Walmart locations across the country this week, including one in the metro Washington area, on Friday, June 6: the DC Strike Day Meet Up starts at 1P at Union Station. The Our Walmart National Strike Day action originally scheduled to start at 3P at Walmart Supercenter #2258 in Alexandria, VA has been cancelled.