CLEVELAND - Joining hundreds of other workers nationwide, Cleveland fast-food and child care employees will protest outside City Hall Tuesday, demanding higher pay and union rights.
Home-care, nursing home, library, school district, fast-food and child care workers say they want to show political candidates that the nearly 64 million employees who make less than $15 an hour can't be ignored.
This comes on the same day that the largest-ever strike on America's fast-food industry is planned. Walkouts are planned for 270 cities as part of the Fight for $15.
Cleveland workers will gather in front of City Hall at 11:30 a.m. Tuesday. Cleveland City Councilwoman Phyllis Cleveland is also expected ot be in attendance.