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Fast food workers open a new front in the struggle for fair wages

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Chris Hayes talks with Tsedeye Gebreselassie of the National Employment Law Project, Columbia University's Dorian Warren, and striking fast food workers Joseph Barrera and Tabitha Verges about Thursday's fast food strike about the future of the fight for fair pay.