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Friday, June 18 in Paris, couriers gathered in Paris to protest. They denounce aggression, racism or contempt from restaurateurs or their customers, who use them on different delivery platforms.
Respect for deliverymen: About fifty black couriers gathered against discrimination on Friday, June 18 in Paris, at the(CLAP), AFP noted.
Lack of respect, racist insults
Stop insults, aggression, racism, contempt, devaluation: several dozens of deliverymen have gathered place of the republic, with their cooler bags of different brands of platforms.
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We are here because we do not respect ourselves enough, especially customers, denounces Bah, undocumented, courier for three years, saying the victim of incivilities on the part of consumers.
It's enough dirty black, dirty low guy gets my order, you are paid for that: many deliverers, often undocumented, present at the rally, testified to have suffered acts of racism or incivility.
customers and restaurateurs take us for sub-men. In the twenty-first century, we can not treat like that a human being as he serves, Indines Ernest, Uber courier, at the microphone.
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Aggression is an isolated act. Three in ten days it becomes a norm that needs to be fighting. The platform is desolate customer racism, but it organizes the devaluation of workers, denounces Jérôme Pimot, clap spokesman, after two other attacks reported in Laval and Paris.
Delivers also ask for more respect on the part of customers and restaurateurs, even though many think that peaceful demonstrations, it is useless and that we have to block the utmost restaurants, reports Djessy Henry, bike courier.
On the sidelines of the rally, the CGT announced in a statement the creation of a trade union of deliveries of the two wheels of Paris Saturday, June 26.
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