Marriott Hotel workers in Waikiki and Maui are spending thanksgiving behind the picket line. This is day 46 of the strike.
While hundreds continued to walk the picket line others were busy in the kitchens, preparing a thanksgiving feast. Including turkey of course, for those striking workers.

Patrick Unjoko worked at Sheraton Waikiki for 35 years and said, "I am thankful again like how we mentioned how you know the camaraderie everybody stepping up and you know not leaving each other behind. You know. You know especially during negotiations."

One worker said he's gonna keep growing his beard until workers win what he calls a fair contract that makes one job enough to live in Hawaii.