Help striking Twin Peaks kitchen workers say NO to racism!
Manager Andrew “Hunter” Kirkpatrick has thrown away their lunches, threatened to call police re: their immigration status, and much more. Workers are asking you to flood their IG calling on Hunter to resign.
Since Twin Peaks is restricting comments on their posts, send them a DM on their Instagram page https://www.instagram.com/tpbrentwood/ OR call them at 615-221-0869, OR email them at email@example.com.
Let's show these workers some solidarity!
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