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CIW Joins Other Anti-Food Day Activists, Pushes New Logo

CIW Joins Other (Anti-)Food Day Activists, Pushes New Logo With less than a month before the release of Eva Longoria’s “Food Chains,” the Coalition of Immokalee Workers’ PR machine is in overdrive.  Aided by head cheerleader, The News-Press, CIW chose last week to rollout a new logo.  The slick new logo is a marketing prop available to those making payoffs into the Fair Food Program.  CIW no doubt hopes that the fancy new badge in conjunction with the “documentary” will help to distract from the fact that CIW’s penny-plunder campaign lacks transparency and accountability. The rollout was also timed to coincide with “Food Day,” CIW and…

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SEIU Rep: Minimum Wage Campaign is About Unionization

New Video Confirms That End Goal of Fast Food Forward/Fight for 15 is Unionization New video surfaced on the website Rebel Pundit offering a rare moment of candor from Fast Food Forward Director Kendall Fells. Worker Center Watch has previously documented that Fells receives $120,000 in annual compensation from the SEIU. As the video shows, Fells was addressing the Congressional Black Caucus Legislative Conference when he declared, “To be clear, this is not a minimum wage campaign. These fast food workers are not trying to raise the minimum wage. They want to sit down with the $200 billion dollar fast food industry and get the money out…

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Another Flawed Union-Backed Study Scheduled for Release Tomorrow

Another Flawed Union-Backed Study Scheduled for Release Tomorrow Washington, DC – Tomorrow, the Restaurant Opportunities Center, a union-backed front group posing as a worker training and research institute, will release a new “study,” similar to a Fast Food Forward report released earlier this year that quickly was exposed as a sham because it was conducted online and based on a faulty data set.  Similarly, the latest ROC “survey” was advertised online through social media and conducted online via Survey Monkey without any screening of the respondents.  Anyone could have logged on, multiple times in fact, and responded to the survey.  The sample was not randomized and respondents may or may…