At right, Mackenzie Wilson, 26, is working to shape the minimum wage movement into a larger voting bloc by making alliances with immigration activists and Black Lives Matter, and incorporating child care workers and home health care aides. Wilson, with her partner Kimmie and their 5-year-old son, Damien, attended a rally this month in Sacramento demanding a higher minimum wage.
At right, Mackenzie Wilson, 26, is working to shape the minimum wage movement into a larger voting bloc by making alliances with immigration activists and Black Lives Matter, and incorporating child care workers and home health care aides. Wilson, with her partner Kimmie and their 5-year-old son, Damien, attended a rally this month in Sacramento demanding a higher minimum wage. Anita Chabria Special to The Bee
At right, Mackenzie Wilson, 26, is working to shape the minimum wage movement into a larger voting bloc by making alliances with immigration activists and Black Lives Matter, and incorporating child care workers and home health care aides. Wilson, with her partner Kimmie and their 5-year-old son, Damien, attended a rally this month in Sacramento demanding a higher minimum wage. Anita Chabria Special to The Bee

Activist crosses economic lines to morph minimum-wage effort into voting bloc

November 21, 2015 04:00 PM

UPDATED November 22, 2015 12:00 AM

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