Protests by US fast food workers cover 190 cities
December 5 , 2014
Fast food workers in the US have increased their protests to cover 190 cities, with the movement for raising minimum wages to $15 per hour reaching its second anniversary, according to media reports.
In scores of cities across the US, fast food workers, and leaders of unions marched outside McDonald's outlets.
Some cities such as San Francisco have raised the minimum wage, giving hope to the protesters.
Fast food workers among others argue that $7.25 - the current minimum wage – is simply not enough to live.