Rallying for a $15-an-hour minimum wage
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If you take a look at Tuesday morning's top trends on Twitter, you'll notice the #FightFor15. Some people may not be familiar with the hashtag, but it's rallying people all across the country to join in protests and strikes to demand a higher minimum wage across the U.S.

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From nonunion workers at O'Hare International Airport in Chicago to McDonald's employees in New York City, people are having their voices heard, and some heavy-hitter celebrities are supporting them. Tuesday has been appropriately referred to as “Disruption Tuesday," with underpaid workers walking off the job.

This last tweet perfectly sums up what the #FightFor15 is all about: