In Photos: DFW catering workers on January 29

On January 29, over 50 airline catering workers from Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport were joined by community allies outside American Airlines headquarters to protest poverty wages and unaffordable healthcare. See the photos by clicking the link! Read more

DFW catering workers protest poverty wages, unaffordable healthcare at American Airline headquarters

Over 50 airline catering workers who prepare food for American Airlines and other flights protested outside the airline’s headquarters after an action at DFW earlier in the day.

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New Year. Same Fight.


Airline catering workers have been FED UP with earning poverty wages and high healthcare premiums since long before even 2018. And throughout the month of December, working people from the “Big Four” airline catering employers – Gate Gourmet, LSG Sky Chefs, Flying Food Group, and United Airlines – joined in collective action for the first time by holding a variety of demonstrations across 20 U.S. cities. From Miami to Minneapolis, San Francisco to New York, and Denver to D.C., the series of actions marked the official relaunch of the “FED UP” movement that began last summer, and let the airlines know that the working people who feed thousands of airline passengers every day have a new year’s resolution to do whatever it takes in 2019 to earn their fair share of the multi-billion-dollar industry’s soaring profits.

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