Buffalo workers joined hundreds of fast food workers in many U.S. cities and in more than 30 countries, protesting low wages and lack of union representation.

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BUFFALO, NY - A group of fast food workers who say they can't make a living on minimum wage took their cause to the Burger King at the intersection of Delaware and Hertel avenues in North Buffalo on Thursday.

They, along with other protesters around the world, want their pay to go up to what they say is a more livable wage of $15 an hour.

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