A TikTok Army Is Coming for Union Busters

Elise Joshi was scrolling through Twitter’s standard rage-bait late one night in February when she saw a Tweet that galled her enough to take action. Starbucks, the supposedly progressive coffee chain, had just fired seven employees who were trying to unionize a store in Memphis, Tennessee. (Starbucks told CNN the firings weren’t retaliatory, but the workers claimed otherwise.) The 21-year-old Joshi immediately fired up a group chat with two fellow union sympathizers. “We could find the Starbucks

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