"I personally think we need to get more workers involved and shut these businesses down until they listen to us," and maybe even occupy the restaurants, said Cherri Delisline.
It's called Labor Day for a reason. E.J. Dionne and Harold Meyerson examine creative ways in which the labor movement may be making a comeback.
A national strike for a living wage and the right to unionize in the fast food and retail sectors has spread across seven cities. Hundreds of workers walked off the job Thursday in Milwaukee, and before that in Chicago, St. Louis, Kansas City, Detroit, Flint and New York City.
It's always good to be reminded how much contempt right-wingers have for working people.