"It's time to tell Disney to stop taking the Mickey and that's why we are asking Disney's Chief Executive to listen to the workers' demands for better wages and conditions. I hope that Disney take action to restore workers rights", said Jess Mock, of the local Labour Behind the Label group.
In Haiti, Disney workers are still earning 36 gourdes (about £1.50) for an 8 hour day. Workers spend most of their meagre wages on food and transport, with little left over for rent, clothes or kid's school and health expenses. An unclean and unsafe working environment still prevails and any effort by the workers to form a union has been crushed.
The Manchester action went well apart from a nervous store manager calling the police twice, who realised when they turned up that there was not really much they could do about people stealing Mickey's limelight.
Jessica Mock, Labour Behind the Labour (0161 247 1760)