More than a hundred people striking fast food chains brought their second one-day action in a month to Kansas City area locations.
The demands were higher pay and right to unionize without retaliation.
They carried signs but did not picket three locations and it was more a protest rally than formal strike.
Some Kansas City fast food workers walked off the job July 29 in a seven city effort to hike the minimum wage to $15 and guarantee right to organize unions.
Some 150 people marched in front of the Burger King at 47th and Troost. Democratic Missouri Congressman Emanuel Cleaver joined in strike-support and argued for a higher minimum wage.
"There is no empirical evidence to suggest all of the claims that we see by those who fight against the minimum wage," said Cleaver.