Chantel Williams, Fight for $15

Fast food workers are STRIKING to call on their billion dollar bosses to pay a living wage of $15 an hour and support a union.

They'll be shutting down McDonald's and other fast food chains in 190 cities across the country.

Can you take one minute right now to let fast food workers know that you have their back by sharing this?

Two years ago this movement started with just a few dozen fast food workers in New York.

They called us crazy.

They said we couldn't win.

They were wrong.

Today we're national. Scratch that. We're international. We're bigger than ever. $15 an hour is law in Seattle and San Francisco, and thousands of workers across the country are joining the fight and calling for fair pay.

We can't let up now: Let striking workers know you support them right now.

We're in this fight for the long haul, and need to show the world that not only are there thousands of workers standing up for their rights – there are many, many more people across the country who are standing with us. That's where YOU come in.

Thanks for taking a stand with us. We'll be in touch with more soon!


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