The time for bold action is now. Congress has a chance to benefit nearly 40 million people by raising the minimum wage to $15 an hour – but they’ll only do it if WE demand action.
The January 5th Senate runoffs in Georgia have the potential to put us on the path to $15/hr for ALL workers.
No one should be forced to risk their safety in the workplace just to put food on the table or pay rent.
Across the country, essential workers voted: for ourselves and each other. And we won BIG.
Raises for 2.5 million Florida workers are on the way.
Across the country, millions of essential workers have already voted.
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.