The Media's Coverage of Striking Hotel Workers Needs to Change

Posted on AllSides November 3rd, 2023
From The Center
OPINION

After 148 days of striking throughout the "hot labor summer," the 11,500 members of the Writers Guild of America (WGA) ratified their labor agreement with Hollywood studios. The media has since turned its attention to strikes by SAG-AFTRA and the United Auto Workers.

But what about the "largest hotel strike in modern U.S. history," by over 15,000 of Unite Here Local 11's members that began over 100 days ago? Since July 2, hotel workers in Southern California have been on strike demanding a $5 hourly increase, better benefits, and safer workloads. And unlike the WGA...

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