Twenty students at the University of Virginia Charlottesville campus are on a hunger strike protesting the low wages paid to hourly employees in the university system, the Huffington Post reports. The hunger strike, now at day 11, is organized by the Living Wage Campaign, a student group that's pushed for higher pay for low level employees at UVA for the past decade. The Campaign is demanding UVA pay its employees at least $13 an hour, plus benefits. They also want the wages indexed to inflation. The hunger strikers have been repeatedly calling this a "moral choice" by the...

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