Angered by Uber CEO Travis Kalanick’s decision to be part of Donald Trump’s Strategic and Policy forum, protesters have reportedly chained themselves to the front doors of Uber’s San Francisco offices, preventing employees from entering the building. Uber has advised those employees to work from home or elsewhere this morning.
Music joins protestors outside Uber Hq on market st in solidarity of #InaugurationDay #j20resist. Hundreds protest across nation.@KPFANews pic.twitter.com/zjUCccaCpJ
— Mike Kohn (@MikeCKohn) January 20, 2017