SF WAITRESSES UNITE!
RETHINKING OUR WORK AND IDENTITY
Wednesday July 13, 2005 4:45 PM
Steps Of City Hall
Polk and McAllister St.
Join San Francisco Waitress working, retired and injured on the job.
Participate Celebrating the Craft, Honoring the Work, stories, Now and Then
Trials and Tribulations of the Women in Labor: Hospitality -
The F&B Industry of San Francisco and Bay Area
Waitresses/ The Hands and Hearts that serve: the Clubs and Cafes, Bistros
and Restaurants, Hotels and Civic venues in our Baghdad-by-the-Bay.
Speak Out For Justice and Fairness, Share our stories!
Waitresses are a critical group in San Francisco. They feed the hungry
and maintain the tourism industry with their work. They will be gathering
together to speak out collective history and changes, also on the need
to have decent health conditions, wages, working contract and retirement.
There will be an opportunity to share stories, oral history, and participate
in photographic memorialization and/or video archive. The honorable work
performed by waitresses will be celebrated in the Making Connections:
CAREER WAITRESSES of San Francisco Exhibit
For information contact: Michelle Reddington, Local#2, Rank and File ,
SF Hotel Restaurant Culinary Workers Union,UNITE HERE
415 929-1001 / email@example.com
The speakout will be followed by a 5:30 PM walk through of the ongoing
exhibit at SF City Hall titled
Making Connections: Career Waitresses Of San Francisco
Curated by Candacy Taylor
This is part of the annual LaborFest 2005 Festival
Contact The LaborFest Website For Further Information