Thursday, May 14, 2020

Kansas City Dreamer Cook Contemplates 'New Normal' After Coronavirus Reopen

The virus has weakened overall support illegal immigrants/undocumented but this local activist labor leader has garnered federal assistance and hopes to continue his crusade stateside . . . Read more:

KC Chef, DACA recipient facing uncertain future

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - When Pirate's Bone Burgers reopens Saturday, Chef Zaid Consuegra says the dining room will stay closed to customers. The kitchen at the plant-based restaurant in the Crossroads Arts District has been closed since March because of COVID-19. Consuegra said they had to furlough their staff of twelve.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

They make it sound like he’s the only one having problems, just because he’s Mexican or Arabic doesn’t make it worse for him than the koloreds or the whites. Virtue signaling is so over at this stage of life.

Anonymous said...

^^^^ True. Everybody has it bad right now. This might be the worst restaurant promotional article I've seen this week.