On April 15, 2015, Fight For $15, an organization working to raise the U.S. minimum wage, held their largest protest in the history of the movement.
IndyKids asked kids from PS 128 in Washington Heights in Manhattan, “Do you think that the minimum wage should be increased?”
In August, fast-food workers throughout the country went on strike again for a living wage and the right to unionize.
Standing up for better wages and working conditions, New York City’s fast food workers staged their first-ever strike.
Under pressure from people concerned about kids’ health, McDonald’s announced some changes to its Happy Meal.
The gimmick designed to get toddlers hooked on unhealthy fast food will be banned in San Francisco at the end of 2011.
U.S. labor law does not recognize the right of farmworkers to overtime pay or the right to organize unions.
Forced to work in unsafe and unjust terms, immigrant farmworkers in Florida have fought back.
Cities ban fast food as health hazard.
Did you know that chickens are sometimes thrown against walls as a form of slaughter?