Fast-food workers are staging another round of strikes, this time with plans for widespread civil disobedience to increase pressure for higher wages.
A nearly year-old movement to increase wages in the fast food industry spread to 50 cities with yesterday's strike.
A wave of protests and walkouts is hitting fast food restaurants across the country this week.
Milwaukee, St. Louis and Detroit have joined the list of cities where fast food workers have struck for $15/hour wages and the right to unionize.
Twenty days after New York fast food employees struck for higher wages, a group of Chicago workers have taken the torch.
New York City's fast food workers' strike is the latest attempt by food workers to make consumers recognize the complex costs of eating on the cheap.
Following in the footsteps of Wal-Mart employees who struck on Black Friday, fast food workers in New York City staged a walkout early Thursday morning.