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The Fight for $15 is joining a massive effort in Michigan and Wisconsin to help turn out Black and brown voters and win the 2020 presidential election.
In 2020, 24 states and Washington D.C. are raising their minimum wage.
Hours before the most recent Democratic presidential candidate debate in Los Angeles, hundreds of workers went on strike with the Fight for $15 and a Union.
The decision absolves McDonald’s of responsibility for illegal activities. McDonald’s couldn’t get the outcome they wanted for three years under the Obama Administration, but just two months after the Trump Administration took over, they started the fight all over again.
Our opponents are trying to override the will of the people and stifle the democratic process.
Chicago’s #FightFor15 workers have filed a lawsuit after an epidemic of workplace violence issues.
After a new class action lawsuit against McDonald’s, thousands of Fight for $15 workers and allies went on strike in Detroit and around the world, to demand unions for all, $15/hour, and an end to sexual harassment.
Fight for $15 worker-leaders joined Members of Congress at the Progressive Strategy Summit to demand an end to sexual harassment and abuse in the workplace.
During the fourth Democratic presidential debate in Columbus, OH, candidates focused on issues that are crucial to working people in this country, including the fight for $15/hr and a union.