We Fly for Justice at OAK!

Non-union food service workers at Oakland International Airport are rising up! They are demanding that their employers respect their rights and agree to a fair process for workers to decide whether to join a union.

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MEET THE WORKERS:

Hakima Arhab
I was fired from the Oakland Airport Subway after I spoke out for my rights.
Read Hakima’s story.
Mary Ann Espinoza
I’m afraid to let my boys play sports at school – because they might get injured, and I couldn’t afford a doctor.
Read Mary Ann’s story.
Rehnaaz Nisha
My friends at the non-union restaurants in the airport work just as hard as I do, but they’re not being treated equally.
Read Rehnaaz’s story.
Liam
When we win, I’ll be able to take my wife to San Francisco, which I’ve never done. I’ll be able give my kids regular check-ups, but also take them to the park, take them fishing.
Read Liam’s story
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Rachel Penelton
The workers in the non-union food service jobs, we’re from middle class homes, low-income, black, white, Polynesian, everything. What we have in common is we’re getting shafted!
Read Rachel’s story.
Re Bun Ly
After four years, I still make just $9 an hour at the Oakland Airport See’s – and I have $16,000 in medical debt because I needed surgery and I have no insurance.
Read Re’s story.
Mesha Adams
My dream is to be a doctor and give back to my community – but financial aid keeps getting cut. I can’t afford rent and tuition on what I make.
Read Mesha’s story.