The U.S. Supreme Court has handed a judicial win - even if only in one big city - to the "Fight for 15 and a union" movement.
The 39,000 striking Verizon workers are introducing a new facet to the worker-boss struggle.
"Contract workers are most frequently assigned to the most hazardous jobs, and employers are not meeting their legal obligations to provide safe working conditions."
Members of USW Local 1999 will take the fight to save their jobs to the streets with a march and rally at the Indiana State Capitol.
The protests attracted hundreds of thousands of people in 320 cities, including unionists who back the low-paid workers.
After months of negotiations with the telecommunications giant, they've decided to take a stand to create a better workplace.
"Verizon made $39 billion in profits over the last three years, but the company is still insisting on givebacks that would devastate our jobs."
"We voted for a union so we could negotiate a fair contract with Mr. Trump."
After a pause for a city-mandated study, Minneapolis has resumed its march towards enacting a paid sick and family leave law.
His name is Kwaku Agyeman, and he has a job pushing wheelchairs for airport passengers who otherwise would have a hard time getting around.