Daivante Erskine of Greensboro, who makes $7.25 an hour at Abby’s, stands with other other low-wage workers at a curbside protest in 2015 in front of the McDonald’s in downtown Durham.
Daivante Erskine of Greensboro, who makes $7.25 an hour at Abby’s, stands with other other low-wage workers at a curbside protest in 2015 in front of the McDonald’s in downtown Durham. Staff News & Observer file photo
Daivante Erskine of Greensboro, who makes $7.25 an hour at Abby’s, stands with other other low-wage workers at a curbside protest in 2015 in front of the McDonald’s in downtown Durham. Staff News & Observer file photo

Op-Ed

June 08, 2017 6:34 PM

On poverty, listen to the people of North Carolina

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