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The bonds of memory and today’s vast disparities in wealth and well-being tell us that we must continue the struggle launched by workers and by King in the spring of 1968. Today, more people live in poverty in America than in 1968. Now as then, the majority of the poor are “white” but poverty’s heaviest concentration is among people of color, especially young people and women. Poverty exists in part because most of the new jobs in Memphis, as in America, do not pay a living wage.
Kellogg workers in Memphis have been locked out for three months and replaced by scabs. Sixty percent of the workers are black. The union believe this part of an attempt to make Kellogg nationally union free.
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