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Fight for $15 calls massive day of action

Fight for $15 calls massive day of action

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All across the country, fast food strikers were joined by workers across countless industries and their supporters as they mobilized the largest worker action to date. Their prophetic witness for a living wage and work that uplifts human dignity, was echoed from New York to Chicago from Los Angeles to Miami. Staff from Interfaith Worker Justice were pround stand with local groups here in Chicago. Our affiliates joined groups in their local communities. It was a powerful day.

We filled the streets with love, and it was powerful and beautiful -- and we're just getting started.

As our siblings heard us chanting on Wednesday, "I believe that we can win!"


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