When: Wednesday, February 3, 2021, at 10:00 AM
Where: Food 4 Less (2185 E South St, Long Beach 90805)
Long Beach Workers, Community, and City Leaders Demand Kroger Keep Doors Open After Announcement of Closure of Two Neighborhood Stores Over Temporary Hazard Pay
The Kroger Co. has Made $2.6 Billion in Profits During the Pandemic, Investing Earnings on Stock Buybacks; Now Threatens Workers With Store Closures
The Community of Long Beach Depends on These Essential Grocery Workers and Access to Food Amidst This Pandemic
On Wednesday, Food 4 Less workers, Long Beach city leaders and community advocates will call on Kroger Co. to keep stores open and condemn the greedy company’s actions to close two neighborhood grocery stores over $4 in temporary hazard pay wages. Workers will push back on Kroger’s blatant attack and retaliation on essential grocery workers who have been risking their lives, and the lives of their families, to serve their communities during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Join us for a Press Conference and Rally outside of Food 4 Less in Long Beach with workers fighting against planned grocery store closure!