Gabriel San Roman
Disney Labor Unions Announce $15 Living Wage Campaign for Anaheim Resort
Updated: Aug 17, 2020
The banquet hall of the Sheraton Park Hotel in Anaheim overflowed with hundreds of Disneyland Resort workers. They gathered last night to hear the findings of “Working for the Mouse,” an Occidental College and Economic Roundtable study that finally let the rat out of the bag this week about Disney’s poverty wages. The Coalition of Resort Labor Unions (CRLU) also organized the town hall to fire up a clarion call. They announced a new ballot measure campaign to raise the living wage for subsidized companies in the Anaheim resort to $15 per hour starting in 2019.
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