This video is called FAST FOOD WORKERS GO ON STRIKE ACROSS THE USA.
From daily The Morning Star in Britain:
Global fast-workers agree international day of protest over low wages and casual hours
Thursday 8th May 2014
They said they were planning a day of protests next week, with co-ordinated actions expected in the US and more than 30 countries.
Union representatives from countries including Argentina, China, Italy, New Zealand and Panama gathered in New York this week to plan demonstrations on May 15.
Protests calling for pay of $15 (£8.84) an hour in the US have gained national support since they began in New York in late 2012.
The push is getting support from the Service Employees International Union — which has more than two million members.
Fast-food workers have historically been difficult to unionise because of high staff turnover rates in the industry.
But turnout for protests over the past year has risen.
Such chains rely on a large number of part-time, semi-casual workers to avoid paying overtime.
The practice underscores another common grievance — employees say they never know exactly how many hours of work they’ll be given.
International Union of Food, Agricultural, Hotel, Restaurant, Catering, Tobacco and Allied Workers’ Associations general secretary Ron Oswald said at the two-day New York meeting that the idea of fast-food workers around the world collaborating would have been unthinkable 10 years ago.
But he noted that times have changed.
“Fast food workers have had enough,” he said.
Hundreds were arrested in demonstrations organized by the trade unions and held in about 150 cities across the US on Thursday, centered on the call for a $15 an hour minimum wage and other [fast-food worker] improvements: here.