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I hope American Airlines CEO Doug Parker will come to our town hall tomorrow at 7 PM ET to explain why it's acceptable that he receives a huge compensation package while his employees struggle to afford foodhttps://t.co/LHPy5CREPn:
Last year American Airlines made $1.9 billion in profits. Its CEO Doug Parker is on track to make $31 million this year.

They need to explain why 27% of workers at their subsidiary Envoy Air said they must accept food stamps and other public assistance to make ends meet.
Universal health care in America is not a radical idea anymore, thanks to the millions who have spoken out to demand a just health care system. 63% of American voters now support a Medicare-for-all health care system.
Walmart’s CEO Doug McMillon made about $11,000/hour in compensation last year. I'd like to hear from him why he thinks his workers don't deserve to be paid a living wage of $15/hour.
The average cashier at McDonald's would have to work for 895 years to make what the company's CEO makes in one year. That is insane.
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More than 2 out of 3 Disneyland workers say they go hungry. That does not sound like the “happiest place on Earth” to me.
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The Walton family, the owners of Wal-Mart, is the wealthiest family in America. Middle class taxpayers should not have to subsidize Walmart’s low wages to the tune of at least $6.2 billion each and every year. That's absurd.
@SteveEasterbrk . I hope you will come to our town hall on Monday to explain why it's acceptable that you receive a huge compensation package while McDonald's workers struggle to put food on the table. The invitation to our town hall is sincerhttps://t.co/LHPy5CREPne:
I'd like McDonald's CEO Steve Easterbrook to explain why the company had enough money to reward its wealthy shareholders with $7.7 billion in stock buybacks, but reneged on a commitment it made to its low-wage workers to pay them at least $1-an-hour above the local minimum wage.
The Trump administration declaring the war on poverty “largely over" is a callous attempt to justify their efforts to make massive cuts to Medicaid, Medicare, Social Security disability, education and affordable housing, while they give huge tax breaks to billionaires.
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