All the usual suspects were at the rally, including Dana Schultz of Milwaukee's 9 to 5.
Never one to miss a chance to protest, members of the Milwaukee Teachers union were in full force demanding that workers at McDonald's and other fast food restaurants get paid $31,200 per year.
County Supervisors (from left) Willie Johnson, Russel Stamper and John Weishan, Jr. attended the MKE Strikes rally in solidarity for the workers. Supervisor David Bowen addressed the crowd of approximately 150 and led them in a chants.
Decokta Witz of Wausau (right) came to Milwaukee to protest the fact that he only makes the minimum wage at a Mosinee McDonald's. He said he would like to make more money, but his managers won't pay it.
Marchers demanding a $15 minimum wage and fast food unionization march down Wisconsin Ave. toward the Grand Avenue Mall where they closed the street for about 30 minutes.
Organizers encourage marchers to sign up for more strikes on local fast food locations.