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Today, fast food workers from across New York City marked the 45th anniversary of the assassination of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. by going on strike to demand better wages and a union.

Like the sanitation workers that Dr. King marched with in Memphis, these workers are standing up for dignity and respect for all workers.

That takes courage. We need to show these brave workers and their bosses that the community is behind them in their fight. Can you show your support by walking striking workers back to work on Friday April 5th?

Fill out the form below to sign up for a shift.


Which shifts are you available to walk workers back to work?

4am to 6am (2-4 Nevins St. Brooklyn)
5am to 8am (310 West 43rd St. Manhattan)
730am to 1030am (2-4 Nevins St. Brooklyn)
9am to 11am (310 West 43rd St. Mahattan)
1030am to 1230am (2-4 Nevins St. Brooklyn)
230pm to 430pm (2-4 Nevins St.Brooklyn)
3pm to 4pm (310 West 43rd St. Manhattan)

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