The ranks of disaffected Amazon workers are growing — and they’re planning to raise a ruckus during the e-tailing giant’s Prime Day sales event next week.

On Friday, ex-Amazon workers said they’ll stage a rally outside Chief Executive Jeff Bezos’ new, $80 million mega-condo at 212 Fifth Ave. as part of an eight-city protest after a leaked e-mail revealed that Amazon Web services said it would supply Homeland Security’s Immigration and Customs Enforcement division with its facial-recognition software.

Pilots who fly for Amazon Air are also getting in on the action, announcing Friday that they are launching a digital ad campaign over their low pay.The pilots said they also will be supporting warehouse workers in Minnesota, who revealed this week they’ll stop working for six hours Monday, the first day of the two-day Prime event.

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