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Washington, D.C.- Last week, on a panel at the Congressional Black Caucus Legislative Conference hosted by Congressman Keith Ellison (MN-D), SEIU National Coordinator and President of Fast Food Foward, Kendall Fells told audience members flat out, the “Fight for $15” is “not a minimum wage campaign,” but is an effort to unionize the fast food industry.

While discussing the nationwide push for higher wages, Fells said:

Just to be clear, this is not a minimum wage campaign, these fast food workers are not trying to raise minimum wage. They want to sit down with the $200 billion fast food industry and get the money out of their pockets and negotiate a union contract with them.

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  1. Dllm

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