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Today, Terrence Wise of Fight for $15 spoke truth to power at McDonalds’ annual shareholders’ meeting. “My name is Terrence ...
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Dr. Yolandra Hancock addresses PepsiCo shareholders at its annual meeting -- demanding a report the impact of sugary drinks on public health.
The MRA has spent More than a quarter of its lobbying budget opposing nearly every bill that would advance workers’ rights, including eliminating subminimum wages and giving workers emergency paid sick leave.
How the Massachusetts Restaurant Association, as part of the National Restaurant Association’s agenda, has derailed legislation that would protect workers.
The questions that went unanswered at Coca-Cola's 2021 Annual Shareholders' Meeting.
Nse Ufot, CEO of the New Georgia Project and the New Georgia Project Action Fund, on Coca-Cola's negative impact on communities of color.