Protestor Daivante Erskine of Greensboro, a $7.25/per hour worker for Arby's stands with other food service industry, home care, airport, academic and other low-wage workers at an April 1, 2015 curbside protest in front of the McDonald's in downtown Durham. The group of about 25 protestors announced that NC fast-food workers and others will strike to fight for $15/hour wages.
Protestor Daivante Erskine of Greensboro, a $7.25/per hour worker for Arby's stands with other food service industry, home care, airport, academic and other low-wage workers at an April 1, 2015 curbside protest in front of the McDonald's in downtown Durham. The group of about 25 protestors announced that NC fast-food workers and others will strike to fight for $15/hour wages. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com
Protestor Daivante Erskine of Greensboro, a $7.25/per hour worker for Arby's stands with other food service industry, home care, airport, academic and other low-wage workers at an April 1, 2015 curbside protest in front of the McDonald's in downtown Durham. The group of about 25 protestors announced that NC fast-food workers and others will strike to fight for $15/hour wages. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com

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