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Fast Food Workers Vow Civil Disobedience

by Wochit 0:52 mins

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Fast Food Workers Vow Civil Disobedience

by Wochit 0:52 mins

4,900 views

Fast food workers from across the country have voted in suburban Chicago to escalate their campaign for higher wages and union representation by including civil disobedience. They voted to add sit-down strikes and restaurant occupations to their campaign to win $15-an-hour wages and a union. Industry officials say the wage increase would hurt job creation, and that the solution is more education and job training. The workers' effort is supported by the Service Employees International Union.

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