While Chicago’s minimum wage is on its way to $13 and New York/California just won $15, Chicago’s suburbs are still at $8.25. Suburbs have a large concentration of money but fast food & minimum wage workers are still struggling.
Join #FightFor15 Evanston fast food workers in the first action ever. On May Day (May 1), we will take action because we can’t let our neighborhoods and families fall behind.
The stories we’ve heard from fast food workers in Evanston are heartbreaking. The inhumane regulations imposed upon them are unbelievable. Come hear their stories and join the movement this Sunday, May 1 at noon. It is at Evanston Fountain Square, the same location as our #StandWithMuslims rallies.