Fast Food Forward
Fast Food Forward is a movement of NYC fast food workers to raise wages and gain rights at work. It is part of the national movement of low-wage workers fighting for a better future.
Releases by this organization
Thursday, June 27, 2013
City Council Holds Historic Hearing on Impact of $200 Billion Fast Food Industry’s Low Wages
More than 100 fast food workers, policy experts, community leaders and clergy members appeared at a NYC Council hearing today to highlight the impact of the $200 billion fast food industry’s low wages, illegal wage theft, and dead end jobs on the city’s 50,000 fast food workers and the low-income communities of color they live and work in.
Thursday, April 04, 2013
Biggest Ever Fast Food Strike Sweeps NYC, Doubling Size of Historic November Walkout
"We need to get our economy moving again – and that starts with workers in low-wage service jobs" -Rev. Cheri Kroon, Flatbush Reform Church Four hundreds fast-food workers walked off their jobs at more than 60 NYC restaurants Thursday, marking the largest fast food strike in US history.