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As Fight Goes Global, McDonald's Under Fire for 'Low Road' Business Model
Brazil hearing marks 'major escalation of the global effort to hold McDonald’s accountable for its mistreatment of workers and bad corporate citizenship'
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25 Years Later: Lessons from the Organizers of Justice for Janitors
On June 15, 1990, the Los Angeles Police Department viciously attacked immigrant janitors who were striking for the right to organize in Century City, Los Angeles. In a story that is now all too familiar, the police claimed they were defending themselves. Only later, when TV news footage exposed...
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'We Will Win': McDonald's Worker Protests Stretch Into Second Day
At company's annual shareholder meeting, activists deliver petition signed by 1.4 million Americans calling for higher pay
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Getting Better Organized: The Fight for $15 and a Union
The Fight for $15 minimum wage campaign came to San Francisco in the very early hours of April 15. Around 100 protestors assembled at 6am and then marched very orderly through the doors, packed the dining area and shut down for one hour the McDonalds in the heart of the city’s Latino Mission...
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Why We Must Fight for 15 and a Union
My name is Angel Rivera. Like the Fight for 15 workers who are protesting across the country today, I know what it’s like to work hard, but be unable to get by because of poverty wages and an employer that doesn’t respect your rights. But, thanks be to God, I also know that hard work can be...
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Low-Wage Workers 'Movement' Flexes Its Muscles Nationwide
Employees of the fast-food industry demand $15 minimum wage and better workplace protections as actions expected in 150 cities across the country
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