By  on December 13, 2017

On a subfreezing busy holiday shopping day, 60 warehouse workers protested outside Amazon on 34th Street, launching a campaign for higher wages and better benefits and working conditions.

“We are here to inform the public and tell Amazon and other companies running a multibillion-dollar industry that it’s time to share the profits with the warehouse workers,” said Albert Arroyo, comanager of Laundry, Distribution and Food Service Joint Board of Workers United/Service Employees International Union.

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