Starbucks unionization fight takes its place in Memphis’ justice legacy

Before marching in support of unionization with a group of Memphis Starbucks workers Wednesday, the Rev. Dr. William J. Barber II huddled in the parking lot of Benjamin L. Hooks Central Library with them. “I’m starstruck,” one worker admitted, as she stood beside the co-chair of the Poor People’s Campaign. “I’m starstruck,” Barber replied and […]

Starbucks unionization fight takes its place in Memphis’ justice legacy is a post from MLK50: Justice Through Journalism, a nonprofit news outlet in Memphis focusing on the intersection of poverty, power and policy.

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