The Nah, We Want $20 Campaign seeks to increase Georgia’s minimum wage to $20/hour. The current minimum wage is an outrageous $5.15/hour, which isn't even enough for a round trip on a MARTA train.
- Our research shows that 67% of registered Georgia voters support raising the minimum wage to at least $15/hour, including 96% of Black registered Georgia voters.
- Black Georgians we talk to regularly list the high cost of living as one of their top concerns.
Increasing the minimum wage would give Georgians more financial freedom to afford rent, groceries, childcare, and other daily costs, while also helping to build intergenerational wealth for Black and brown families.
Support the Nah, We Want $20 Campaign by signing our petition.