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Solidarity Rally with Hyatt workers at GC

Solidarity Rally with Hyatt workers at GC

Dianne Aid, Episcopal Network for Economic Justice, Jubilee Ministries, writes on the bishops and deputies listserve, shared with permission:

SOLIDARITY RALLY AND MARCH WITH HYATT WORKERS


Thursday, July 5th from 4:00 PM-6:00 PM begin at the Statehouse Steps and march to the Hyatt.

Friday, July 6th delivery of a letter signed by Episcopalians to the Mayor of Indianapolis opposing blacklisting of temporary employees. It is a common practice in Indianapolis for major hotels to hire house keeping and other service staff from temp agencies (thus not having to pay benefits, etc.). Once a worker works for a temp agency they are black listed from being hired directly by hotels in Indianapolis (this practice happens in other cities as well).

Please contact Dianne Aid at sanmateo921@yahoo.com for more information.

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