Guest Post by Diana Robinson, Campaign & Education Coordinator, Food Chain Workers Alliance
This past week has been very challenging for me as a daughter of Afro-Caribbean immigrants and as an organizer for social, economic, and racial justice. The policies that Donald Trump has said he will enact would devastate so many communities - immigrant, Muslim, black, LQBTQ, and many more. And for food workers, who are already paid the lowest hourly median wage in the U.S. at $10 per hour, their poverty wages and poor working conditions will likely get worse. But I have hope that we can fight back.