Fast Food Workers Across America Protest To Raise Minimum Wage To $15

Thousands of fast food and retail workers went on a one-day strike Thursday in cities across the nation in order to build support for raising the federal minimum wage from $7.25 to $15.

1. Tampa, Fla.

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3. Brooklyn

4. Los Angeles

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11. Pittsburgh

12. San Diego

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Interim San Diego Mayor Todd Gloria speaks to protesters outside a Wendy’s location in support of a nationwide strike.

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16. Kansas City, Missouri

17. Memphis, Tennessee

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18. Bakersfield, California

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20. Oakland

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22. Chicago

23. Seattle

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