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No Justice, No Piece: Update on Palermo’s Pizza Boycott

After more than three months on strike, workers at Palermo's Pizza and their supporters continue to put pressure on Costco, the largest retailer of Palermo's products. Because of mounting public pressure and more than 50 actions at various Costco locations all over the country, Palermo’s CEO Giacomo Fallucca met with AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka last Friday, to begin a discussion to resolve this issue for workers and Palermo’s customers.

But Fallucca is still refusing to meet with the organizing committee of the Palermo Workers Union, reinstate fired workers or recognize the union.

Workers from Palermo's Pizza have been on strike since June 1, protesting unfair labor practices. The workers are seeking union recognition and reinstatement after Palermo’s fired more than 75 workers. Many workers at Palermo’s face serious health hazards, have no sick days and make little more than the minimum wage. After more than three months of striking, Palermo's workers are more energized than ever.

Watch the new video on Palermo’s Pizza workers’ actions and share with your friends on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest. 

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