Joining a national day of action Nov. 10, 2015, protesters in downtown Miami rallied in support of a higher minimum wage. Workers from the fast-food, healthcare, airport and childcare industries took part. Similar events occurred elsewhere in the state, including in Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach, and throughout the country.
Joining a national day of action Nov. 10, 2015, protesters in downtown Miami rallied in support of a higher minimum wage. Workers from the fast-food, healthcare, airport and childcare industries took part. Similar events occurred elsewhere in the state, including in Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach, and throughout the country. Mary Ellen Klas Gaston De Cardenas Special to El Nuevo Herald
Joining a national day of action Nov. 10, 2015, protesters in downtown Miami rallied in support of a higher minimum wage. Workers from the fast-food, healthcare, airport and childcare industries took part. Similar events occurred elsewhere in the state, including in Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach, and throughout the country. Mary Ellen Klas Gaston De Cardenas Special to El Nuevo Herald

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