Yesterday, we said it loud, we said it clear: We won’t back down.
340 cities across the country, we put it all on the line – and hundreds of us were arrested.
In cities like Detroit:
Kansas City, where over 100 people were arrested:
Minneapolis, where protesters in wheelchairs were arrested in support of home care workers:
Raleigh, where the Rev. Dr. William J. Barber II joined us in protest and was arrested right along with us:
Before he was arrested, Rev. Dr. Barber made a powerful point that bears repeating:
That’s why airport workers and fast-food workers went on strike for $15 an hour and union rights:
That’s why home care workers, child care workers, higher ed, and – for the first-time ever – Uber drivers came out to demand $15:
We won’t back down.
Fight for $15