Films for Justice: Special Screening of “The Hand That Feeds”

This year marks a great year for workers and the labor movement. We’ve witnessed hundreds of thousands of workers fighting for their rights to dignity and justice at their jobs. And they are winning!

Quality King Repack members ratified their new contract that brought historic raises for 220 women workers on Long Island! Read more >>

Fast-food workers win $15 minimum wage and inspire broader wage fight in New York! Read more >>

New York’s nail salon workers win landmark legislation that beefs up workplace protections! Read more >>

First union contract won for Carwasheros in the Northeast! Read more >>

JFK and LaGuardia airport workers win right to join a union and negotiate a contract! Read more >>

These victories did not happen overnight – they came out of the unwavering organizing, solidarity, and determination of workers and their allies.

To keep with the spirit of worker solidarity, we invite you to join us at a special one-time screening of The Hand that Feeds, an award-winning documentary that follows the story of shy sandwich-maker Mahoma López as he unites his undocumented immigrant coworkers to fight abusive conditions at a popular New York restaurant chain. The film will be followed by a panel of local worker leaders. 

Visit our Facebook event page (click here) and RSVP by visiting: http://bit.ly/1Fyh4zN

We hope to see you there!

Hand That Feeds Flyer

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