Workers protest against economic inequality in USA
More than 50 trade unions and advocacy groups have staged “Strike for Black Lives” from New York to Los Angeles. They demanded economic inequality based on racial discrimination to end in the United States.
Washington: Thousands of workers have taken to the streets demanding the end of economic inequality (rooted in racial discrimination) in the United States.
More than 50 trade unions and advocacy groups have carried out ‘Strike for Black Lives’ from New York to Los Angeles on Monday. The protestors include taxi drivers, fast food restaurant workers, retail and supply chain workers of the industries.
Meanwhile, a labourer named Trayvon William said that he was fighting for his livelihood. He said, “I am fighting for racial discrimination and economic justice.”