Miami, Orlando, Philadelphia and Sacramento will see their first protests aimed at a $15 wage in one of America’s lowest-paying industries.
On May 15, striking U.S. fast food workers will be joined internationally by thousands of other workers across 150 cities and six continents.
In one map, a look at the phenomenal growth of the fast food and low wage labor actions.
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