We're Not Lovin' It: Low-Wage Workers Fight to Make Bad Jobs Better
There's a line in Johnny Paycheck's 1977 hit song that goes "I'd give the shirt right off my back, if I had the guts to say ... Take this job and shove it, I ain't working here no more." In the past year, fast-food, retail, and warehouse workers have shown they do have the guts--but instead of quitting, they're fighting back. From New York to California they're taking to the streets. They're fighting for a living wage, for respect from their bosses, and in some cases, for the right to form a union.