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Red Cup Day is Starbucks’s biggest sales event of the season – and also one of the most infamously hard, understaffed days for the baristas that work them.

Last year, workers went on strike. This year, on the heels of victories won by striking workers across different industries nationwide, Starbucks workers are taking the rebellion to the next level!

Instead of Red Cup Day, baristas are organizing a Red Cup Rebellion! Join striking baristas on Nov. 16 to demand an end to unfair labor practices!

Red Cup Rebellion – Starbucks Workers on STRIKE

Thursday, Nov. 16
7:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m.
1449b New Britain Ave, West Hartford

Thursday, Nov. 16
9:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.
67 Newtown Rd, Danbury

Despite “Red Cup Day” being Starbuck’s most profitable and busiest day of the year, baristas barely have a chance to breathe as they face long lines and understaffing. Yes, you read that right – understaffing on the busiest day of the year!

Baristas are striking to protest labor law violations and they need our support. It’s vital not only to have customers showing the workers that they’re not alone, it shows management that the community has their back.

On Nov. 16, instead of participating in Red Cup Day, join the Red Cup Rebellion in West Hartford and Danbury!