By Brian L. Cox Paydays tend to be depressing for McDonald’s restaurant worker Kejioun Johnson. The 20-year-old earns ten dollars an hour, which he said is not nearly enough to cover his monthly bills. Johnson was one of more than two dozen fast food workers who turned out for a
By Mariana Alfaro Evanston workers, activists and community members marched to Burger King, 1740 Orrington Ave., Sunday afternoon as part of a demonstration against low wages and poor working conditions in fast food restaurants across the city. Fight for $15, an international movement that supports workers who are campaigning for
By Tim Moran Fast food workers will gather at Fountain Square for “May Day” rally supporting unions and a $15 an hour minimum wage. Fast food workers in Evanston will rally at Fountain Square on Sunday to support the ‘Fight For 15’ movement and call for a $15 an hour
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