By Mellany Armstrong 2:36pm, May 15, 2014
VIDEO: WDEL's Mellany Armstrong reports.Fast food workers in Wilmington joined others across the country and the world to protest low wages.
WDEL's Mellany Armstrong reports.
Jamire Neal says $7.25 is not enough for him to take care of his family.
"It affects my life in terms of camp, day care, just to have a little extra at the end of the month to take my family out and do stuff, have fun activities. The minimum wage seriously hinders that," he said.
Ezra Temko is with Americans for Democratic Action.
"Workers here are fighting for $15 and a union, and they are going on strike to continue that demand and to make sure their voice is heard so their employers treat them with dignity," he said.
The McDonald's workers wearing red armbands also paraded in front of the City/County Building in Wilmington to get their message to lawmakers.
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