Workers at dozens of quick-service restaurants around New York City walked off the job Thursday, calling for higher wages and the ability to unionize. Organizers of the one-day strike — called “Fast Food Forward,” and which supporters say marks the largest drive to date to unionize fast-food workers — estimated that hundreds of quick-service employees had joined the protest, setting up pickets in front of Burger King, Wendy’s, Domino’s, KFC, ...

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