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FightFor15WI Sep 18
Live: Striking McDonald’s workers from Wisconsin are joining Chicago workers in silent march to McDonald’s HQ
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Fight For 15 Chicago Sep 18
Live: Press conference at McDs sexual harassment. “YOU WILL HEAR US TODAY. WE WILL NOT STAY SILENT.” - leader Adriana Alvarez, McDs worker
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Cecile Richards Sep 18
Today McDonald's workers in 10 cities are taking part in a national strike against sexual harassment. Proud to stand with these courageous employees and advocates. Add your support:
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MoveOn Sep 17
America unions in the fight for true economic equality.
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MoveOn Sep 18
Leonidas is joining the strike against sexual harassment on September 18th. In the current moment, it's time for McDonald's to stop pretending there isn't a problem in their stores.
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Fight For 15 Sep 18
BREAKING: McDonald's workers just went on the first-ever national strike against sexual harassment. McDonald's: Meet with your employees and advocates. End harassment in your stores. Add your support:
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Justice for Janitors Sep 18
McDonalds workers WALKING OUT TODAY to speak out against sexual harassment in the workplace... We ALL deserve to be safe at work! We are with you! 💪🏾💪💪🏻💪🏽
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Rep. Barbara Lee 23h
40% of fast food industry employees have experienced sexual harassment in the workplace. I’m so proud of these workers for standing up & walking out today. EVERYONE should be treated with respect and dignity in the jobs.
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Fight For 15 Sep 17
In response to threatening to fire workers for calling out during (see: ) workers in North Carolina are marching on the store today!
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Fight For 15 Chicago Sep 18
FACT: More than 40% of fast food workers have been sexually harassed on the job. Sixty percent higher than other industries on average. If you've been hurt call (844) 384-4495 for help.
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Stand Up KC Sep 18
The faith community will not be silent while 40% of fast food workers report being sexually harrassed at work.
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Ro Khanna 22h
I stand with all the workers across the country who are going on strike today to protest the failure of McDonald’s to protect employees from sexual harassment. Everyone deserves to feel safe at work.
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Fight For 15 4h
McDonald’s Workers Walk Out Over Sexual Harassment: “Hold the burgers, hold the fries, keep your hands off our thighs.”
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MoveOn 19h
Most Americans believe workers deserve more protections & benefits on the job. We must demand corporations and politicians take action.
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Fight For 15 5m
The NLRB is working with McDonald's to help them avoid taking responsibility for their workers. We say NO. Speak out now:
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Kaleb Carl 31m
Labor unions love increases in the minimum wage. Not because of the policies intentions but because it prices out their competition. The minimum wage hike intentions sound great, but the result is a hike in unemployment. Zero dollars an hour.
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People For Bernie Sep 18
McDonald's workers like Aaliyah are ON STRIKE today to stand up and speak against sexual harassment in McDonald's stores. Stand with us:
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MoveOn Sep 18
TODAY: Workers are going on strike to protest 's failure to address sexual harassment in their stores.
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Stand Up KC Sep 18
BREAKING: Fast food and low-wage working women are ON STRIKE and marching on America's second largest employer, McDonald's to stop sexual harassment!
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Raise Up For $15 7h
Republicans are rushing to cut SNAP benefits for children and seniors even though 15 million households reported being "food insecure" in 2017
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