Join the Celebration: RSVP to Support the Introduction of the Restaurant Workers' Bill of Rights
Welcome to the first celebration of a landmark in the restaurant industry – the introduction of the Restaurant Workers’ Bill of Rights into US Congress. Organized by ROC United, this event, featuring Congresswoman Rep. Rashida Tlaib, ushers in a new era for restaurant workers nationwide. Stand alongside workers from across the country, allied organizations, and the national press as we support a transformative project that champions the rights to rest and heal, live a thriving life, work in safe and dignified environments, access healthcare, maintain bodily autonomy, and participate actively in governance. This Resolution is a firm assertion of economic security, consistent work schedules, and freedom from discrimination and harassment for all restaurant professionals.
Sign up today to join this historic event and amplify the collective voice of millions calling for change. Together, we can shape a future for the restaurant industry that truly respects and values its workforce.
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The Restaurant Workers Bill of Rights calls for:
- Thriving Wages and a Thriving Life
- Healing and Rest
- Safe and Dignified Work Environment
- Universal Healthcare and Bodily Autonomy
- Participation in Governance
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Restaurant worker in Tennessee
Paige is a 26 year old bartender in Nashville, Tennessee with almost a decade of work experience in the restaurant industry. She’s done everything, from being a server to a bartender, and has seen the ups and downs of working in restaurants firsthand.
Former restaurant worker in Michigan
Asher has seen firsthand the unethical behavior in the restaurant industry, including harassment and workplace violations. He believes that every worker deserves the resources they need to live a full and healthy life.
Restaurant worker in Mississippi
Lillian believes in a restaurant industry that is equal — one where workers have access to health insurance, paid time off, and a safe work environment.