MINNEAPOLIS — They might clean the grocery stores, but they can''t afford to buy food to feed their families, according to the Twin Cities Daily Planet.
Twin Cities retail cleaners have launched a hunger strike to protest their dismal wages, the article stated.
According to the article, cleaning workers with the Centro de Trabajadores Unidos en la Lucha (CTUL) have tried to discuss various human rights violations with representatives of Cub Foods for a year.
Managers have continually refused to meet with workers and have fired one of the leaders, Mario Colloly, the article noted.
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