About 100 residents are expected to join an "anti-Walmart rally" outside the John A. Wilson Building on Thursday afternoon, but they're not so much protesting the big box chain's imminent arrival in the nation's capital as they are asking for the company to treat its workers and neighbors kindly when it does arrive.

"These activists are coming together to demand Walmart treat its workers and neighbors with dignity," the union-backed Living Wages Healthy Communities Coalition wrote in a news release. They want Walmart to "prodive full-time living wage jobs with good benefits" and to "get our local neighborhood input and invest in our community."

That's not quite the same tone as another anti-Walmart group that put the company's signature smiley face at the center of a bull's-eye, then marched on a developer's home last week.