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1.  What workers are striking against: A global profile of The Kellogg Company  


World Socialist Web Site
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The company’s threats to fire strikers en masse is the product of its ruthless struggle to cut costs and expand its international market share.

2.  Leaked email exposes union-management conspiracy to defeat Kellogg’s strike as Sanders attempts to deflect anger towards Mexico  


World Socialist Web Site
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The entire bargaining committee should be kicked out in light of this exposure, and a new bargaining committee elected consisting of the most trusted rank-and-file workers from the shop floor.

3.  Kellogg to replace 1,400 strikers as deal is rejected  


The Guardian
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Strike, which began in October, expected to continue as workers seek significant raises, saying they work 80-hour weeksKellogg has said it is permanently replacing 1,400 workers who have been on strike since October, a decision that comes as the majority of its cereal plant workforce rejected a dea...

4.  Kellogg Strike Ends After 11 Weeks as Workers Approve New Contract  


Truth Out
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The contract ratification came after the company threatened to permanently replace striking workers.

5.  “It's a Win for Us”: Striking Kellogg's Workers Get Raises, Improved Benefits & Avoid Two-Tier System  


Democracy Now!
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In a major victory for labor rights, 1,400 unionized Kellogg's workers have ended their nearly three-month strike across four states after approving a new contract that provides a wage increase and enhanced benefits for all. The prior agreement that Kellogg's tried to bargain only offered wage increase...

6.  Anger among Kellogg’s workers as work restarts following union betrayal of two-month strike  


World Socialist Web Site
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Kellogg’s workers report filthy conditions and missing tools inside the plant, as well as continuing censorship by union-affiliated social media pages.