May 18, 2013. Louisvillians stood in solidarity with the Coalition of Immokalee Workers who are engaged in a campaign to urge the fast food chain Wendy’s to agree to the terms of the Fair Food Agreement. Those involved in the action here in Louisville not only took their message to the streets, but also into the Wendy’s located on the corner of Grinstead and Bardstown Rds, where they served management with information intended to be passed to higher management and ultimately to the CEO.
Content (audio and written) coverage are courtesy of Jared Zarantanello and WFOR Radio.
"Noise and Notes"
May 18, 2013. Our Executive Director, Bonifacio Aleman, was on Noise and Notes, a radio show hosted by Phillip Bailey on WFPL 89.3 in Louisville, Kentucky. Aleman and Bailey talked Workers Rights, Immigration reform, Right-to-work-for-less, our Friendly City Campaign, and our Ban the Box Campaign. Take a few minutes and listen here:
Make Louisville a Friendly & Compassionate City
May 8, 2013. We are urging Metro Louisville and Jefferson County to take a stand by supporting the Friendly City Ordinace. The Friendly City Ordinance will significantly increase the safety of the county, while recognizing the human dignity of each person. Louisville will be aligning with over 134 cities nationwide by initiating this ordinance and this will be one more reason why Louisville is truly the leader in being a Compassionate City. Learn more...
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