BREAKING: Tuesday, November 29, the #FightFor15 is staging a national day of disruption. We won't back down.— Fight For 15 (@fightfor15) November 21, 2016
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You can be sure many, who fail to understand that increasing the minimum wage leads to more unemployment, will join this mass protest---most likely funded and promoted by unions who do benefit from keeping low-skilled non-union workers unemployed.
Group representatives have stated that they expect subcontracted service staff at roughly 20 airports to participate. It is anticipated to be the largest day of protest in the organization’s four year history, coinciding with the anniversary of the launch of the movement.