Thousands of fast food workers are striking today in 58 cities across America. 

The workers from chains like McDonald's, Burger King, and Wendy's are seeking to make $15 an hour. They say their current wages aren't enough to live on. 

Organizers claim today's strike is the largest of its kind. 

The strikers efforts are chronicled on Twitter with the hashtag #fightfor15. We'll be updating all day. 

Here are some snapshots of strikers from across the country: 

Workers strike outside a Wendy's in Boston, Massachusetts: 

Fast food workers and supporters march toward Madison #fastfoodforward

— Dominica Lim (@Dominica_Lim) August 29, 2013

The #South has got something to say: "Strike for what ? $15 !!!" #raisethewage #829strike #fightfor15

— ATL Jobs w/ Justice (@AtlantaJwJ) August 29, 2013

We're outside Checkers on Dix Hwy in Lincoln Park., Mich! #829strike

— #D15 (@Detroit_15) August 29, 2013

"Stop the burgers, stop the fries. Make our wages supersized!" workers shout. #Fightfor15 #chicago

— Progress Illinois (@progressIL) August 29, 2013

Dozens march into 5th ave McDonalds in wage, unions protest. Rumpus!

— Paul Murnane (@paulmurn) August 29, 2013

40-thousand fast food workers in Denver join national strike. Watch my live report on Fox31 in 15 min. @kdvr

— Shaul Turner (@ShaulTurner) August 29, 2013

“Get up, get down, Chicago is a union town” #FightFor15 @ Rock n Roll McDonald’s

— Kim Bellware (@bellwak) August 29, 2013

See Also:

I'm Striking Because I Can Barely Afford To Eat On My McDonald's SalaryMcDonald's New Mighty Wings Should Terrify The CompetitionBurger King Is Going To Start Selling A French Fry Burger

SEE ALSO: Striking McDonald's Worker Explains What It's Like To Live On $8.25 An Hour