On Saturday, essential workers around the country came together to vote early and call on others to do the same.
On Wednesday, the Fight for $15 continued the fight for racial and economic justice with a call to Vote for Black lives.
McDonald’s must take responsibility for the anti-Blackness in their stores and take action to end racial discrimination.
Voting is how we send a powerful message: Our work is essential, our lives are essential, and so are our votes.
This year, Florida voters have a chance to VOTE YES on Amendment 2, which would raise wages from $8.56/hr to $15/hr by 2026.
In accepting the nomination for President, former Vice President Joe Biden committed to fight for $15/hr and stronger unions if he and Vice Presidential nominee Kamala Harris are elected.
While workers across the country put their lives on the line for poverty wages, Senate Republicans are blocking the support we need to survive.
Tens of thousands of workers took action for the #StrikeforBlackLives to demand JUSTICE for Black workers. And we made it BIG with 160 cities in the US.
Today, we’re showing the power of withholding our labor to demand that our employers put an end to racism, white supremacy, and economic exploitation in our workplaces.
On July 20, thousands will stand up, go on strike, walk off the job, and raise our voices to demand racial and economic justice at work and in society.