Fight For $15 Los Angeles


We’re still fighting for the dream

Today was HUGE. Thousands with the Fight for $15 and Movement for Black Lives took over the streets in cities across the nation. From Chicago:                     To Pittsburgh:                   To Detroit:    […]


A life changing victory for California workers

I shouldn’t have to work until the day I die. Today, Governor Jerry Brown signed historic legislation to make sure I can actually retire. Join me and almost seven million workers in celebration! I work nonstop just to pay the rent and help my kids pay for college. Retirement has[…]


Stop killing us.

Let me perfectly clear, as a Latino immigrant: All lives can’t matter if Black Lives don’t matter first. I’ve lived around police violence my entire life. Growing up an immigrant in Lennox I’ve seen first hand the effects of systematic oppression on my family and my community. I refuse to[…]

Today Californians Have Paid Sick Days!

An estimated 6.5 million Californians become eligible for #paidsickdays for the first time TODAY! Find out more. Share this graphic with your friends to get the word out Are you a worker in LA and want to do more? Contact us

LA Supports the Trailblazers of the Fight For $15

180,000 fast food workers have a shot at $15 an hour in NY state. SHARE with your friends on facebook. TODAY was the last hearing at the New York wage board. Check us out at 690 S Alameda! We supported NY workers in their #FightFor15 A photo posted by Fight[…]

LA Mobilizes for NY Fast Food Workers

Today Fight For $15 Los Angeles rallied for 180,000 fast food workers who have a shot at $15 an hour in NY state. SHARE our day with your friends on facebook. Want to support New York workers? Send them a message LA Has New York's Back! We have New York's back![…]

LA Has NY’s Back

This week The LA Fight For 15 is making sure the $15 moment keeps going to NY. You can too! [View the story “LA Has NY’s Back” on Storify]

McDonald’s Workers Prep to Stage Largest Low-Wage Protest Ever

Despite its best efforts to pacify employees with a measly $1 pay raise, McDonald’s will find itself facing one of the largest protests for low-wage workers in company history, as organizers all over the U.S. mobilize workers in a Fight for $15 protest against “poverty wages” scheduled for May 21—the[…]