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RT @WESummerLeaders: If you are a young Chicagoan relying on minimum wage to pay the bills, you aren't alone. Check this story out! http://…
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Congrats Misty Copeland, who's #BreakingBarriers by becoming the 1st black woman principal @ American Ballet Theater! http://t.co/6btyCTWSz5
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RT @jwjnational: People are applying to jobs in Chicago in record numbers ahead of the city's #minimumwage raise http://t.co/2UUNW97dAp
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RT @chifightfor15: **IMPORTANT: Tipped workers #minimumwage is now $5.45 starting today in #Chicago. Not nearly enough, but progress. #Figh…
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