Amanda Monroe and her darling 3-year-old son Ocean tell the New York wage board WHY she and all working people need $15 today. Watch now – and get ready to be inspired.
We have a HUGE chance to raise pay for fast-food workers in New York to $15 an hour thanks to a special wage board with the power to raise pay TODAY. The momentum is with us: Sec. Hillary Clinton called for fair pay for fast-food workers, saying: “what you’re doing to build the Fight for… Read more →
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On April 15, tens of thousands people joined together in what the Guardian called the “largest protest by low wage workers in US history.” From the tens of thousands of people rallying in New York City to garment workers in Bangladesh, protesters across the world sent a crystal clear message: It’s time for $15, fair… Read more →
BIG NEWS: Fast food workers are striking in HUNDREDS of cities on April 15. They will be joined by more than 60,000 people across the country and in 35 countries around the world. And workers from a TON of new industries will we standing with them – from home care and child care workers, to… Read more →
Serious, painful and often permanent injuries occur every single day in fast-food kitchens across the country because of dangerous conditions and insane first-aid recommendations like mustard and butter on burns — and that’s just the beginning. Watch the first-hand accounts from fast-food workers and find out what McDonald’s and the fast-food industry don’t want you… Read more →
McDonald’s invited people to ask them questions. So you did. See what they said. Then, don’t let McDonald’s ignore fair wages. Share the video far and wide on Facebook and Twitter.
They were told they didn’t “fit the profile” – and then they were fired. Ten McDonald’s workers were fired for no reason amidst racist harassment – one McDonald’s manager said simply, “There are too many black people in the store.” It’s not right – and McDonald’s needs to end racist harassment and pay these workers… Read more →
On December 19, 2014, just a few weeks after our biggest fast food strike to-date, the National Labor Relations Board made a groundbreaking ruling: McDonald’s can no longer hide behind their franchisees and will be held responsible for violations against the rights of their workers. The ruling states: “Our investigation found that McDonald’s, USA, LLC,… Read more →