$7.25 not enough

$7.25 not enough

Striking fast food workers (front row, from left) Krystal Patterson, of Durham, who works at a McDonald’s, Jesseia Jackson, of Durham, who works at Biscuitville, April Lee, of Durham, who works at Burger King, and Ashley Wesley, of Raleigh, who works at McDonald’s sit down in the middle of Morgan Street in front of a

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Striking fast food workers (front row, from left) Krystal Patterson, of Durham, who works at a McDonald’s, Jesseia Jackson, of Durham, who works at Biscuitville, April Lee, of Durham, who works at Burger King, and Ashley Wesley, of Raleigh, who works at McDonald’s sit down in the middle of Morgan Street in front of a McDonald’s restaurant to block traffic. Workers from around North Carolina converged in Durham for a fast food worker rally and action. About 100 people walked from the Durham Central Park to the McDonald’s restaurant a few blocks away. The protesters, wanting to raise the minimum wage from $7.25 to $15 almost immediately blocked Morgan Street and then the cross street, Rigsbee and then later Main Street.

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