One Fair Wage

For All Workers

The restaurant industry’s two-tiered wage system is broken. We can fix it.

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The restaurant industry is America’s fastest growing economic sector; it's also among it’s lowest paying. Tipped workers are paid a separate, lower minimum wage that starts at $2.13 an hour at the federal level — a rate that hasn’t changed since 1991. We can — and we must — do better.

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  • Living Off Tips

    “If you are living off tips it means you are not getting a living wage. It means you are dependent upon the kindness, or generosity of strangers.”

    – Gloria Steinem
  • Living Off Tips

    “My dream has always been to give the best to my son, to be able to give him what I couldn’t have, and that he doesn’t suffer what I’ve suffered.”

    – Maria
  • Living Off Tips

    “Every two weeks we have no idea what our checks are going to be. We have no idea if we can make it month to month.”

    – Jennifer
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Organizations in Support of Eliminating the Tipped Minimum Wage in New York

Please join us today by adding your organization or business to this list of One Fair Wage in New York Supporters. Just fill out this short form.

Organizations & Individuals
● A Better Balance
● Adhikaar- Nail Salon workers
● All* Above All
● Alliance for a Greater New York
● Center for Frontline Retail
● Citizen Action of New York (CANY)
● Community Service Society
● Damayan
● Faith In New...

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NEW Lily Tomlin & Jane Fonda #1FairWage video!

This week, ATTN: released its second video with Jane Fonda, Lily Tomlin, in coordination with ROC United to raise awareness about the working conditions of tipped restaurant workers in...

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