Elected officials and friends of 226 locked-out Kellogg's employees raised an enthusiastic voice of determination Wednesday night, vowing to walk the picket lines outside the plant until they can return to work.
Kevin Bradshaw, president of Bakery Confectionary Tobacco Workers and Grain Millers International Union Local 252G, said he drew inspiration and encouragement from the outpouring of support shown by the "Memphis community."
"Although our numbers were small, tonight's rally means everything to those of us who are locked out of our jobs," Bradshaw said.
- Written by Dr. Sybil C. Mitchell/Special to the New Tri-State Defender
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