WASHINGTON - While the United Food and Commercial Workers has not joined other unions such as the Service Employees International Union and the AFL-CIO in officially supporting the Occupy Wall Street protests taking place in New York and other U.S. cities, the UFCW nonetheless “stands in solidarity with anyone who is standing up to corporate greed and the growing income gap,” Nicky Coolberth, the UFCW’s assistant director - communications, told SN. “The people ‘occupying’ the cities and ...
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