Fast-Food Workers Unite

05/15/2014 Fast_food_workers_ap_img_2

On May 15, fast food workers in New York City, and in other 33 countries across the world, flooded the streets as part of the global day of action to demand for higher wages and for their right to organize unions, among other demands. These action marks the beginning of an unprecedented international fast food worker movement that brings attention to the courage and strong organizing efforts of billions of fast food workers across the globe. It is about time to hold the multinational fast food corporations accountable to provide better working conditions for their employees.

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