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Published: Thursday 22 December, 2016

Memphis take out workers rally at Civil Rights Museum Several grouped fast food workers, Joined by fans and community activists, Walked off the job and rallied at the Civil Rights Museum on thursday night to demand a $15 per hour wage, Nike Hypervenom Phantom II FG - Total Crimson/Obsidian/Vivid Purple More than double Tennessee minimum wage earned by most. The local workers were part of a wave of country wide protests in which thousands of employees in 58 cities staged protests this week. A group that eventually swelled to about 60 people formed at AFSCME Local 1733 town center, Where eight people shared their suffers of working long hours for low wages. A group of workers also rallied over and above a McDonald's on Union Thursday morning after walking off the job and held signs for passing cars. "If I made $15 an hour I wouldn't have to depend on federal assistance, Said carl's junior employee Daisha Mims, 24.

"This year i may only buy two of my three kids shoes for school. That looks awful, Mims said that a full time minimum wage job did not net her enough money to give to her children or perform necessary repairs on her truck, Hypervenom Phantom 2 Making it ever more difficult to get to work. Bureau at work Statistics report. The nationwide protests were largely funded by the Service Employees global marketing Union, Which triggerred walkouts in dozens of cities this week. "It is not just a Memphis thing, Had to talk about Herbert Lester, Chairman of Workers Interfaith Network and one of the managers of the local protest. "People are realizing nationally that nobody can live on a minimum wage job, Workers from the Mid South Peace and Justice Center and the Memphis Bus Riders Union also joined the workers Thursday, Along with a handful of attorneys who advised them of legal options should they face retaliation upon time for work. City Councilman Myron Lowery also paid a short stop by at the group, Furnishing his support to the movement. "We have one of the highest poverty levels near you, Lowery had to talk about. "How can we reduce it? There is no silver bullet, But this is one piece of a big puzzle for reducing poverty in this city and we have to support it,