Homecare, airport, gas station and convenience store workers joined fast food workers in a strike for better pay and union rights on Thursday of last week
Gregory Reynoso, 29, led walk outs as a Dominos worker in 2012 and 2013. Now he helps organise fast food workers’ strikes across
He spoke to Socialist Worker from the frontlines on Thursday.
“I was around the city getting workers ready to strike. At 6am the workers took over stores in Brooklyn and
“It was excellent—workers are demonstrating to corporations and the world that nothing can stop us in our fight for wages and dignity.
Strikers linked together the fight against poverty and the rage over police racism.
The strike took place amidst huge mobilisations against killings by police.
Nequasia Legrand, 22, is a Brooklyn KFC worker. She plays a central role in developing rank and file leadership amongst fast food workers, across the
She told Socialist Worker, “When anybody is shot down by police like Mike Brown was, they deserve justice.
“So why now should we trust our justice system? Who do they even serve? As fast food workers we’ve been supporting