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Workers Organizing Committee of Chicago members rallied last Thursday in front of national retail and food chains  demanding that their current minimum wages be increased to a “living” wage of $15 per hour as well as the right to form a union without retaliation.

Workers Organizing Committee of Chicago members rallied last Thursday in front of national retail and food chains demanding that their current minimum wages be increased to a “living” wage of $15 per hour as well as the right to form a union without retaliation.

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"Fight for 15" Protests Rallies Held across the City Calling for Higher Wages & Better Benefits

As part of the Workers Organizing Committee of Chicago's (WOCC)"Fight for 15" campaign, several rallies were held last Thursday across the city of Chicago, mostly in front of national retail and food chains including McDonald’s, Sears and Family Dollar where employees of the establishments demanded that their current minimum wages be increased to a “living” wage of $15 per hour as well as the right to form a union without retaliation.