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New York City Fast-Food Workers Fight for a Voice on the Job

Fast-food workers in New York City today walked off the job to protest what they said "were low wages and retaliation against several workers who have backed the unionization campaign," writes Steve Greenhouse of the New York Times

Organizers are working with workers from McDonald's, Wendy's, Taco Bell, Domino's and other restaurants. The New York City Central Labor Council is providing assistance.

Read more "In Drive to Unionize, Fast-Food Workers Walk Off the Job."

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