#FightFor15 Strike, Tuesday, Nov. 10

Home care workers marching on April 15

Home care workers will march in support of fast-food workers during their biggest-ever strike on Nov. 10—one year from Election Day— to take the Fight for $15 and union rights to the ballot box and show candidates of all political stripes that the nearly 64 million Americans paid less than $15 are a voting bloc that can no longer be ignored.

Will you stand with us? Sign up now to come to a protest alongside fast food workers, child care workers, consumers, and others in a city near you on November 10.

Some of the lowest-paid workers in America work in home care and fast food – we struggle just to be able to afford somewhere to live and make ends meet. Like Brenda below, we shouldn’t have to struggle to keep the lights on.

Brenda explains why home care workers need $15

Posted by Fight for $15 on Wednesday, November 4, 2015


That’s why we’re taking it to the next level. When workers strike, we win.

RSVP right now to protest alongside home care workers across the nation. We need you with us.


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