Although that headline is indeed snarky, at this point, we’ll take it how we can get it.
Fight for $15 and the Movement for Black Lives have joined forces for a nationwide protest on April 4 to fight racism, raise pay and resist the GOP crackdown on protest.
Indeed, 2017 will be a great reprieve for many who are happy to see 2016 go, and it will be especially sweet for some of America’s lowest-paid hourly workers. Nineteen states will ring in the year with an increase in the minimum wage.
Hundreds of workers at Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport have planned a strike for Nov. 29 to coincide with a Fight for $15 nationwide day of protest.