I mean, it’s all I can do to try to help
I have a extreme human rights issue that needs to be addressed. No one is taking it seriously, even though I have decided to take action on it myself. I’m talking about working conditions in the deep south. More particularally, I’m talking about making people labor without any A/C in their craft brewery. See, I labor in a small brewery down in thewarmand sweaty south, but every afternoon when I report to work, I walk through the production floor where the brew is made & shudder with discomfort as I consider the environment. It’s industrial & hot. Incredibly hot. The entire locale is open air to the outdoor heat & there is not a whisp of A/C to be found. Since the space is repeatedly heated for the sake of making beer, it’s apparently too costly for them to close the damn roll doors & put in a giant industrial A/C unit. I’ve looked into it, the cheapest models run a few tens of thoUSnds of dollars & upgrade is similar. So I understand it’s an investment, then but I also understand the importance of keeping your employees alive. When it’s 95 degrees or warmer all Summer long, it seems like a real working hazard to make your people lift heavy bags & lean over boiling liquids. I’ve tried to bring the production guys together to form a heat strike, but most people needs the hours to pay the bills. I mean, it’s all I can do to try to help. I walk right through the heat & sit in a perfectly air conditioned office, anyways.