Why not Ars?
Wired is also owned by Conde Nast and was not on that list. Maybe those publications aren’t unionized?
I really hate that framing that’s typical of most media. It’s not the strikes that cause disruption: it’s failing to negotiate with workers in good faith
And increased wages will put more money into the economy.
Mayor Parker. City workers have to live in the City. To say they should be spending money near City Hall means diverting that spending from other neighborhoods.
Justice for App Workers describes itself as “a national coalition of more than 130,000 rideshare drivers and delivery workers from the East Coast to the Midwest.”
“Uber, Lyft, and delivery drivers are tired of being mistreated by the app companies,” the labor organization said in a Feb. 8 blog post about the rallies. “We’re sick of working 80 hours/week just to make ends meet, being constantly scared for our safety, and worrying about being deactivated with the click of a button.”