LABOR DAY STRIKE
Over 150 striking fast food workers and community allies came out for an action bright and early this morning from 5:30-7:30am at the McDonald’s at 2322 7th St. W., St. Paul. Click here for more.
Striking workers travelled the Twin Cities, stopping by St. Paul City Hall to call for $15 in St. Paul, a Burger King in South Minneapolis that has refused to recognize the right to Earned Sick and Safe Time in Minneapolis, and Home Depot in Northeast Minneapolis to stand with contracted retail janitors. Click here for more.
11:00am – 1:00pm: Celebration
Finally the crew came to CTUL to celebrate winning $15 in Minneapolis and to launch the movement to ensure strong enforcement of $15 and Earned Sick and Safe Time in Minneapolis. Click here for more.
- “Fast food workers strike, demand $15 per hour,” Dana Thiede, Kare 11, September 4, 2017.
- “Striking fast-food workers rally at St. Paul McDonald’s,” Michael Moore, WorkDay Minnesota, September 4, 2017.
- “Workers March to Continue Push for Minimum Wage Raise,” ABC Channel 5, September 4, 2017.