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Rally for Justice: Hyatt Workers Will No Longer Suffer in Silence!

The Direct Action Network of San Antonio is pleased to stand in solidarity with our brothers and sisters who are overworked, underpaid, abused and exploited.  On Thursday, July 21st between 4:00 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. we will join Hyatt workers who are no longer content with suffering in silence to demand Hyatt lead the way to bring dignity and decency to the River Walk and all of San Antonio.
From the event organizers:

Thursday, July 21 · 4:00pm – 6:30pm

Next to the Grand Hyatt San Antonio

600 East Market Street
San Antonio, TX
Hyatt Hotel Housekeepers suffer abuse. Our injury rates are high, our wages are low, and our immigrant sisters are exploited and cheated by Hyatt’s housekeeping subcontractors. Hyatt is hoping we will suffer in silence . . . but we are standing up and speaking out.

Across North America we are demanding an end to the abuses we suffer on the job. We will no longer suffer in silence. The abuse must end. Hyatt must change.

Here in San Antonio, Hyatt workers from the Grand Hyatt and the Hyatt Regency are leading the way to bring dignity and decency to the River Walk and all of San Antonio.

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One Response to Rally for Justice: Hyatt Workers Will No Longer Suffer in Silence!

  1. Tony diaz says:

    I can surely sympthize and truely support hotel workers in their ongoing struggle w/hyatt Corp . Being a union member in goodstanding for over 25 years I most certainly understand the importance in organizing ! It’s the only way to stand up against corporate greed and injustice ! Being currently involved in a 4 month long strike against CH Guenther and son I probably understand better than most !

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