Workers to fight for $15 minimum wage in rally at Durham City Hall

DURHAM, N.C. (WNCN) – Area fast-food workers are joining a nationwide strike against the fast food industry Tuesday.

Walkouts are planned for 270 cities, including Durham, Charlotte and Greensboro.

Following morning strikes across North Carolina, fast food workers, home care and child care workers will gather for a mass protest outside of Durham City Hall. Protesters will demand that elected officials stand up for union rights and for $15 an hour minimum wage.

Tuesday’s main Raleigh rally and march will begin at 5 p.m.

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