(The Militant) – By Bernie Senter. SAN DIEGO — Workers at Marriott’s Westin San Diego Gaslamp hotel voted to accept a new contract after their more than monthlong strike here Nov. 11. The settlement came a few days after 100 strikers, members of UNITE HERE Local 30, and their supporters rallied outside the hotel Nov. 6, chanting “Don’t check in, check out,” and “What do we want? Contract! When do we want it? Now!”
(Daily Kos) – By Laura Clawson. Marriott workers have settled their strikes and are back on the job in Detroit and San Jose, but the strike continues in Boston, San Francisco, and Hawaii, seven weeks after it started. That means workers are walking picket lines in San Francisco’s smoky air and in Boston as it starts to get cold. But workers are committed:
(Honolulu Civil Beat) – By Anita Hofschneider. Living with multiple generations is a way of life in Hawaii that Jowenna Ellazar embraces. But like many others, she has few options in a city where the median home price hovers around $800,000.
(Honolulu Star-Advertiser) – By Allison Schaefers. Striking Unite Here Local 5 hotel workers head back to the bargaining table today with added momentum from taking their picket to Marriott’s Hawaii headquarters.
(Honolulu Star-Advertiser) – By Joleen Oshiro. Restaurants at four Marriott-managed Waikiki hotels have canceled their Thanksgiving meals due to limited staffing resulting from the Unite Here Local 5 hotel workers strike.
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