Frito-Lay Boycott Gains Traction In Kansas City

Chips have always been central to the struggle for social justice in Missouri. 

For instance, the guy in this iconic photo of the Ferguson riots is sadly deceased but his memory lives on given that he couldn't put his chips down even when rioting.

But I digress . . .

In the midst of constant social media advocacy/spamming . . . Here's an important Missouri labor debate which hopes locals will look elsewhere for snacks in the midst of worker complaints . . . Check-it . . .

Striking To End 'Suicide Shifts,' Topeka's Frito-Lay Workers Ask People To Drop The Doritos

Hundreds of Frito-Lay workers in Topeka, Kan., are in their third week of a strike, citing so-called "suicide shifts" and poor working conditions at the manufacturing and distribution plant at a time when the company's net revenue growth has exceeded all of its targets.