Tessie Harrell

Burger King

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Manager at a Burger King in Milwaukee, Wisconsin who went on strike August 1, 2013

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Seven dollars and twenty-five cents is the federal minimum wage and, this week, workers in
7 cities have gone to the streets demanding their pay be doubled to 15 dollars an hour. …

Should Fast Food Workers Get a ‘Living Wage?’

Seven dollars and twenty-five cents is the federal minimum wage and, this week, workers in 7 cities have gone to the streets demanding their pay be doubled to 15 dollars an hour. …

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