socialismartnature:

Hell, if workers at Wal-Mart can organize and go on strike, then anything’s possible.
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BREAKING: MCDONALDS WORKERS STRIKING IN NEW YORK CITY! 
Here’s why: “Drive to Unionized Fast Food Workers Opens in NYC” | NYTimes
Sign the petition: http://bit.ly/QseFRV“After three years of working at the McDonald’s restaurant on 51st Street and Broadway, Alterique Hall earns $8 an hour — and is yearning for something better.“So when he heard about an unusual campaign that aims to unionize dozens of fast-food restaurants in New York in the hope of raising wages to $15 an hour, Mr. Hall, 23, was quick to sign on.“Mr. Hall has enlisted in what workplace experts say is the biggest effort to unionize fast-food workers ever undertaken in the United States, a campaign that will be announced publicly on Thursday. The effort — backed by community and civil rights groups, religious leaders and a labor union — has engaged 40 full-time organizers in recent months to enlist workers at McDonald’s, Wendy’s, Domino’s, Taco Bell and other fast-food restaurants across the city.”

socialismartnature:

Hell, if workers at Wal-Mart can organize and go on strike, then anything’s possible.

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BREAKING: MCDONALDS WORKERS STRIKING IN NEW YORK CITY!

Here’s why: “Drive to Unionized Fast Food Workers Opens in NYC” | NYTimes

Sign the petition: http://bit.ly/QseFRV

“After three years of working at the McDonald’s restaurant on 51st Street and Broadway, Alterique Hall earns $8 an hour — and is yearning for something better.

“So when he heard about an unusual campaign that aims to unionize dozens of fast-food restaurants in New York in the hope of raising wages to $15 an hour, Mr. Hall, 23, was quick to sign on.

“Mr. Hall has enlisted in what workplace experts say is the biggest effort to unionize fast-food workers ever undertaken in the United States, a campaign that will be announced publicly on Thursday. The effort — backed by community and civil rights groups, religious leaders and a labor union — has engaged 40 full-time organizers in recent months to enlist workers at McDonald’s, Wendy’s, Domino’s, Taco Bell and other fast-food restaurants across the city.”