1,100 New York Times Employees WALK OUT on Strike

December 8 2022 MANHATTAN, New York – Around 1,100 employees of the New York Times walked out for a 24-hour strike and work stoppage on Thursday morning.

Video by L2FTV (FNTV freedomnews.tv)

Union members and supporters held a rally outside of the Manhattan’s NYT building, speaking on their demands and the company’s “failure to bargain in good faith,” after setting a deadline for a contract that ended at midnight on December 8.

In a seperate Union protest, on December 7th, Railway workers, Amazon workers Union , Pilot union and NY State Communist Party among others, gathered outside of Grand Central Station at 5pm to demand a full sick pay and Union rights.

Video by L2FTV (FNTV freedomnews.tv)

Earlier in the morning on Wednesday, December 7th, 200 pilots gathered for a protest to oppose the dividends and to send a message that good relations between pilots and management at SouthWest are in jeopardy as their labor contract negotiations are going on three years.

Video by Ed Quinn (FreedomNewsTV)

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