Disney cast members employed at both Disneyland and Disney World, including members represented by Local 385 in Orlando, attended the Walt Disney Company shareholders meeting in Houston on Thursday to protest the poverty-level wages they receive.

According to Disney’s own proxy statement, the ratio of CEO compensation to the median Disney worker is 367 to 1.

Disney’s top five named executive officers received combined compensation of more than $224.5 million over the past three years while thousands of Disney cast members who help make the Parks and Resorts business segment the company’s most profitable are struggling just to survive.

A recent survey of Disneyland employees showed that 73% face economic hardship because they are not paid a living wage. Roughly 60% percent of the cast members are paid less than $12 per hour, and 8,000 are paid only $10 an hour.

Unfortunately, Disney Chairman Bob Iger shut down the meeting soon after showing upcoming movie previews and a presentation of new plans for the theme parks, denying time for important questions from cast members of U.S. theme parks.

“It is high time that the company acknowledge the Disney Parks’ workers sacrifices and contributions to our company,” said Joe Fittipaldi, a 33-year bus driver and Local 385 member. “In so many ways we are the face of Disney. We will not be treated as second class citizens in our own company.”