Fast food workers will strike Thursday in Tampa and across America

Fight for Fifteen
Fast Food workers in Tampa went on strike in May demanding a $15/hr wage. - Credit: Janelle Irwin/WMNF News (May 2014).

Fast food workers across the country and here in Tampa plan on striking this Thursday, demanding a fifteen-dollar an hour wage.

For a preview, this week WMNF interviewed Shetara Brown, a fast food worker at the Taco Bell at 56th Street and Fowler Avenue in Temple Terrace who makes $8.10 an hour.

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