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Fast-food workers strike around the country

From New York to Chicago and the rest of the country, fast-food workers are letting their voices be heard.

Fast-food workers strike around the country

From New York to Chicago and the rest of the country, fast-food workers are letting their voices be heard. Workers are calling for a $15 hourly wage, the right to form a union without the fear of retaliation and an end to abusive labor practices. Workers from some of New York City’s biggest fast-food chains (including McDonald’s, Burger King, Wendy’s, Taco Bell, Domino’s, Papa John’s and KFC) walked out of their jobs. Workers in cities like Detroit, Milwaukee, Flint, St. Louis and Kansas City staged similar walkouts this week.

More car washes join the RWDSU

Last week, over the span of 24 hours, four car washes signed contracts with the Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union (RWDSU)

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