MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Wednesday morning, the Southern Christian Leadership Conference and mid-south ministers joined Memphis Kellogg's workers as they continue to stand outside the plant on Airways.
The organization leaders say that like their founder, they must stand up against unfair wages.
"Dr. Martin Luther King stated that an injustice anywhere is a strike against justice everywhere. So we are united with strong will and we're committed to stand with these workers," said Rev Walter Womack, SCLC Memphis President.
Kellogg's tells us they want to continue to negotiate with workers, but the company says it's also prepared for what may happen if the contract expires.