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  September 17, 2012

Immigrant workers and Occupy fight for labor rights at Hot and Crusty


As the world is watching to see what will happen during Occupy Wall Street's one year anniversary, a group of immigrant workers at a Hot & Crusty Café organize against labor abuses and wage theft with the support of Occupy Wall Street.
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