Fast food workers in North Carolina rallied Thursday in support of a $15-an-hour minimum wage. As in New York City, Detroit and Chicago, some workers chose civil disobedience.
Fast food workers came from Charlotte, Raleigh and other cities to lock arms with workers in Durham. And at lunch time, right in the middle of Morgan Street, across from a McDonald’s, dozens of demonstrators sat down, and chanted.
“We can’t survive on $7.25! We can’t survive on $7.25!”