U.S. fast food workers strike

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Thursday, December 05, 2013

BBC: Fast-food workers across the US are staging a 24-hour strike in protest at low wages, organizers say.

Walkouts are reportedly under way in New York, Chicago, Washington DC, and also Detroit, Michigan; Raleigh, North Carolina; and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

Organizers hope nearly 100 cities will participate in what is the latest in a series of strikes.

 

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