15 Now Minnesota is an independent grassroots movement fighting to raise the minimum wage to $15/hour for every worker in the Twin Cities. Through years of rallies and strikes, Minneapolis workers won the first $15 minimum wage in the Midwest despite big business opposition and inertia in the political establishment. Now workers in St. Paul are organizing to do the same. The rent won’t wait! Volunteer and donate today!

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Over 100 at Workers' Rights Forum on February 28th

Over 100 attended a Workers’ Rights Forum at Neighborhoods Organizing for Change, energized by workers who spoke to the need for $15/hour, paid sick leave and fair scheduling in Minneapolis. Supporters attended ward break-outs to launch neighborhood focused campaigning, doing outreach to community groups, toward building a mass workers’ rights campaign.

The forum was endorsed by numerous labor and community organizations, including OutFront, Teamsters Local 320, Working America, AFL-Young Workers, Black Lives Matter Minneapolis, CTUL (Centro de Trabajadores Unidos en la Lucha), the African- American DFL Caucus, Harrison Neighborhood Association and many others.

Want to get involved with the ward action group in your neighborhood? Contact us!

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