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Demonstrators demanding an increase in worker wages march to a Jack in The Box fast food outlet in Oakland
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Here’s What Happens When Congress Ignores...

In November 2012, 200 fast food workers in New York City did something completely unheard of: they walked out. Workers from 60 restaurants throughout the boroughs held a one day strike to highlight the difficult conditions, low wages, and often nonexistent benefits of fast food work.The movement quickly caught on. By August of last year, strikes had spread to 50 cities.

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