Fast food workers in Boston join 300 cities in national Labor Day strike

Workers protested to raise the minimum hourly wage from $11 to $15.

Fast food workers in Boston striked in front of a McDonald's on Tremont Street as early as 6 a.m. on Monday to demand better wages.

Cooks and cashiers marched from Tremont Street to Copley Plaza on Labor Day to highlight their demand for a $15 minimum wage. The holiday protest, part of a larger "Fight for $15" movement, was scheduled to be held in 300 cities across the United States on

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