Unitarian group boycotts Renaissance Providence Hotel

PROVIDENCE – In response to an ongoing labor dispute at the Renaissance Providence Hotel, the Boston-based Unitarian Universalist Association announced at a rally Wednesday night that they would boycott the hotel. The Rev. James Ishmael Ford, senior minister of First Unitarian Church of Providence, said the association is withdrawing a block of rooms it had…

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3 COMMENTS

  1. This seems silly to me that the Unitarian Universalist people would do this. I have friends that work in hotels and they tell me if there is no business they dont get paid. Now those workers will not get paid. If I was one of those workers, I would call them and tell them not to cancel this mtg because I need to get paid and now I wont. This is silly to me and I am sorry for those workers that are not getting paid at all due to this cancelation.