Low wage earners, unions and our communities are under attack so we will keep the momentum going, push forward in the Fight for $15 – everyone deserves a living wage and no one who works full time should be in poverty. This event will also prepare our communities to vote in 2016 on the issues that matter to our communities!
We’re standing together on November 10 to say, “We need a raise!
People across the country will be standing up with fast-food workers, homecare workers, retail workers and all 64 million people who makeless than $15, because it’s time for $15 to be the wage floor and not the wage ceiling for majority of the working class in this country!
Together we’re turning the tide in favor of working people and our families and we will not back down!
Be a part of this historic moment in the fight oto ver income inequality and racial justice.
The Fight for $15 is lead by workers who are fighting to raise wages for their familes. We remain equally concerned about systemic issues that disporprtionatly impact the lives of all 42% of us who make less than $15/hr.
– The Criminal Justice System
– Immigration System
– Access to Affordable Housing
– Access to Higher Education
– Voter education and participation
– Lack of jobs and the TPP
– Climate Change and Enviromental Health
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