Last week, Gregory Grant, President of the Memphis Chapter National Action Network (NAN) sent a strong message to Kellogg’s CEO John Brant with the letter below.
“To that end, we along with other social justice groups strongly urge the City of Memphis to revisit and recall any and all tax incentives, rebates, pilots and provide no further corporate assistance until this lock-out has ended and all affected 226 employees are restored and made whole…
“…if by February 22, 2014 significant progress is not made toward a resolution to end this lock-out, Rev. Al Sharpton will be summonsed to provide a National Platform on this…”
Click on the image below to enlarge and read the full letter.