Dozens of people were arrested Monday as they participated in protests nationwide for a $15 per hour minimum wage. The efforts are part of the National Day of Action to Fight for $15. The campaign seeks higher hourly wages, including for workers at fast-food restaurants and airports. Workers rallied in cities including Chicago, Detroit, Houston, […]
Stick together for $15 and a union!
In America, people who work hard should be able to afford basic necessities like groceries, rent, childcare and transportation. New York City fast food workers also need dignity and respect on the job, and the right to organize without retaliation to protect their rights. This will benefit workers and their families, customers, the industry and our economy.