(From Fox News)
Fast food workers across the United States are serving up notice that they want a higher minimum wage and union rights.
Employees at fast food restaurants across the mid-South plan to walk off their jobs and begin protesting on Monday for a $15-an-hour salary, the Detroit Free Press reports.
The fast food employees will be joined by thousands of other workers protesting in two dozen cities across the nation who will show support for the mid-South strikers and the new Poor People’s Campaign.
The protests come on the 50th anniversary of the Memphis sanitation strike.