On February 12th - continue the fight against poverty, racism, ecological devastation, and the wart economy.
On February 12, 1968, a group of African-American sanitation workers in Memphis went on strike for the right to organize a union and safer, better-paid work.
Martin Luther King Jr. was struck down on April 4th - 52 days after he joined their fight in Memphis.
The fight continues. Fifty years later, the Fight for $15 will stand up for our right to form unions, for jobs that uplift families, and to unite with the Poor People's Campaign: a National Call for Moral Revival.
This is part of a national action: https://fightfor15.org/thousands-workers-carry-fight-higher-pay-union-rights/