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Largest Ever Low-Wage Worker Protest Sweeps United States

Sarah Lazare @ Common Dreams - In what is being called the largest low-wage worker protest the United States has ever seen, tens of thousands of fast food, laundry, home care, child care, retail, and education employees walked off the job or staged rallies on Wednesday in more than 200 cities across the country.

They were joined by workers in 35 countries on six continents, from New Zealand to Brazil to Japan.  Read more.

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