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  • Police arrest dozens of low-wage workers at Fight for 15 protest

    Police arrested dozens of low-wage workers protesting at the intersection of Meyer and Troost Avenue in KCMO Tuesday night, November 29 as protesters sat in the street and blocked the traffic. Hundreds of restaurant workers, child care workers as well as other concerned citizens participated in the “Fight for 15” protests at difference locations in Kansas City through out the day.

Police arrested dozens of low-wage workers protesting at the intersection of Meyer and Troost Avenue in KCMO Tuesday night, November 29 as protesters sat in the street and blocked the traffic. Hundreds of restaurant workers, child care workers as well as other concerned citizens participated in the “Fight for 15” protests at difference locations in Kansas City through out the day. Shelly Yang The Kansas City Star
Police arrested dozens of low-wage workers protesting at the intersection of Meyer and Troost Avenue in KCMO Tuesday night, November 29 as protesters sat in the street and blocked the traffic. Hundreds of restaurant workers, child care workers as well as other concerned citizens participated in the “Fight for 15” protests at difference locations in Kansas City through out the day. Shelly Yang The Kansas City Star

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