On February 14, we elevated our call to American, Delta, and United Airlines. We demonstrated, leafleted, fasted, did civil disobedience, rallied, and made sure that our voices were heard.
Our message was loud and clear: one job should be enough for airline catering workers to earn a decent living.
“Even though it’s a holiday, I’m protesting today. We’re at JFK and at airports across the country because we want as many passengers as possible to know that airline catering workers are sick and tired of being the lowest-paid and worst-treated workers in the airline industry,” said Celestine McIntosh from New York. “One job should be enough to live a decent life, it’s what me and my co-workers deserve.”