McDonald workers are petitioning their rights for better living. Often at times, female employees are faced with sexual misconduct. Managers are overworked by franchise owner stretching a dollar by what is given. Across the board, minimum wage is not seen as a way for supporting livelihood in America. Franklin D. Roosevelt said himself, “The test of our progress is not whether we add more to the abundance of those who have much. It is whether we provide enough for those who have little”. Being a Democrat political party, his message ears off to many others in Democrat America today.
Urban development Julian Castro, New York City mayor Bill De Blasio and, Washington Governor Jay Inslee. All met together with Bernie Sanders in regards to McDonald workers not receiving their fair share in America. Bernie even wrote a letter to the McDonald’s Ceo for them to raise wages for people working in their establishment.
Many people that are Senators in the Democratic party are rallying together. Bernie Sanders holds his words, talking in high regards, saying that people that are birthed in this country should be allowed equal opportunity to succeed. His stances we’re correcting the school systems. Highlighting Brown V. Board of Education, that separate school systems for African-american and whites were inherently unequal.
Bernie has many passions that want America’s working class to have a fair shot at life. America has not always been the best place for those that want a second chance at life. His reforms want to promise a better future for the youth. In a country that is dominated by funds over emotion. If Bernie’s promises catches wind, this could persuade some of the people that have given up. Not the middle-class citizens in America, but the people that are not even thought in the best light.
The people who wake up everyday with such weight on their shoulders. Worrying about if they are going to see a full forty-hours a week for work. Some of these parents come from harsh backgrounds raising kids in America. Which some of these kids will repeat the same process that their parents once did. The democratic reform that would take place would possibly mold opportunity for those that have seen heavy economic strife.