Senate Drops The Ball; Confirms Alexander Acosta

Senate drops the ball; confirms Alexander Acosta

Yesterday, despite widespread opposition, the Senate confirmed Alexander Acosta as our new Secretary of Labor. It is a disappointing turn of events, but not one we cannot overcome. Acosta’s record of positions and actions harmful to America’s 12 million restaurant…

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Honoring Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Honoring Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

On April 4, 1968, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated in Memphis, Tennessee. Today, we honor his life and legacy. Dr. King was in Memphis to join a march in solidarity with striking sanitation workers. The men demanded fair…

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Without Puzder, CKE Changes Its Tone

Without Puzder, CKE changes its tone

Back in March, resistance to Andrew Puzder's nomination for Labor Secretary forced him to step down from his position as CEO of CKE Restaurants. CKE owns fast food giants like Hardee's and Carl's Jr. They employ thousands of workers. Puzder…

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ROC United’s Statement On White House Budget Cuts

ROC United’s Statement on White House Budget Cuts

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE March 16, 2017 Contacts: Tim Rusch, ruschtk@gmail.com, (917) 399-0236 Sian Lewis, sian@rocunited.org, (202) 601-3999   RESTAURANT OPPORTUNITIES CENTERS UNITED RESPONDS TO WHITE HOUSE 2018 BUDGET PROPOSAL Restaurant Opportunities Centers United (ROC United) Denounces Budget Cuts to Vital…

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COLORS – New York Reopening Soon!

COLORS – New York Reopening Soon!

Earlier this year, we proudly unveiled the new location for COLORS Restaurant– New York at 178 Stanton Street on Manhattan’s Lower East Side. Slated to officially reopen very soon, COLORS will continue to provide delicious, gluten-free, sustainable cuisine from around…

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