Bon Appétit workers protest unfair wages in walkout

Bon Appétit employees participate in a walkout from The Spot on Tuesday in protest of what they say are unfair working conditions and an outdated union contract. Colleagues from the neighboring Claremont Colleges and Whittier College also showed up to show their support. / photo by Vincent Matthew Franco
Bon Appétit employees participate in a walkout from The Spot on Tuesday in protest of what they say are unfair working conditions and an outdated union contract. Colleagues from the neighboring Claremont Colleges and Whittier College also showed up to show their support. / photo by Vincent Matthew Franco
Joe Duguay, catering lead for Bon Appétit, leads his fellow workers as they participate in a walkout in protest of an outdated union contract Tuesday outside The Spot. With talks of an impending strike looming over food service company Bon Appétit, they are hoping to put some leverage on them to reach their goals. / photo by Vincent Matthew Franco
Joe Duguay, catering lead for Bon Appétit, leads his fellow workers as they participate in a walkout in protest of an outdated union contract Tuesday outside The Spot. With talks of an impending strike looming over food service company Bon Appétit, they are hoping to put some leverage on them to reach their goals. / photo by Vincent Matthew Franco
Protesters circle their way in front of The Spot on Tuesday while shouting out phrases along to the beat of banging buckets and drums that display their animosity toward Bon Appétit. La Verne campus dining employees organized a walkout from The Spot on Tuesday in protest of what they say are unfair working conditions and an outdated union contract. / photo by Vincent Matthew Franco
Protesters circle their way in front of The Spot on Tuesday while shouting out phrases along to the beat of banging buckets and drums that display their animosity toward Bon Appétit. La Verne campus dining employees organized a walkout from The Spot on Tuesday in protest of what they say are unfair working conditions and an outdated union contract. / photo by Vincent Matthew Franco

Vincent Matthew Franco is a senior journalism major with a concentration in print and online journalism. He has been involved in journalism and print media in high school, community college and is now at the social media editor of the Campus Times and a staff photographer for the Campus Times and La Verne Magazine. He previously served as arts editor.

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