DETROIT — A long campaign to raise wages for fast-food workers to $15 an hour is tying its fight to historical fights for civil rights as protesters plan to rally in Detroit and other cities nationwide on Monday — 50 years after the Memphis sanitation strike. Detroit fast-food workers are expected to walk off their [...] read whole article

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