Fifty years after the sanitation workers in Memphis marched with Martin Luther King Jr. to demand higher wages and safer labor conditions, Fight for $15 and Rev. Dr. William J. Barber are planning a fast-food workers strike in two dozen cities across the Southern United States to advocate for racial justice and voting rights.
Jessica Corbett, staff writer
Hats Off to all the strikers and the Poor People Campaign!
Yes, three years is too late. Also, the fact that we even have a fast food industry which is bad for health is ludicrius