The rally began at the McDonald’s in Pilsen, and then moved to the Thompson Center, where hundreds reportedly gathered.
“Marching in the resilient neighborhood of Pilsen because our communities need unions,” the organization shared on Twitter.
The crowd called for a raise of the minimum wage and unionization, and encouraged low-wage workers to strike by sharing the labor rights law requirements for striking.
“Thousands will be out in Chicago’s streets today demanding dignity. Demanding a union. Demanding justice,” the organization posted.
Fight for 15 was present all over the country, with rallies in more than 400 cities according to Twitter.