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Union action in Waikiki precedes hotel bargaining

  • DENNIS ODA / DODA@STARADVERTISER.COM

    This is (l-r) Ruth Miller, Elnora Kirk and Joseph Yllana sign waving. On Day 31 of the Marriott managed, Kyo-ya owned hotels strike, striking hotel workers sign waved in front of Honolulu Hale (corner of Punchbowl St. and King St.) to call on Honolulu City Council and developers to build more affordable housing that is truly affordable for working people.

Unite Here Local 5 and major community organizers are slated to gather in Waikiki this morning, which marks day 38 of the hotel workers strike, to demonstrate “resolve and solidarity” prior to resuming bargaining later this week. Read more

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