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“Where Delivery is a Mainstay, a Rebellion over Pay”

 
 

New York Times, April 15, 2007

“…Call it the deliverymens rebellion. These workers, almost all of them immigrants from China, have picketed several Saigon Grill, Ollies and Our Place outlets, accusing these well-known Asian restaurants of paying them as little as $1.40 an hour, far less than the federal and state minimum wage. The workers have filed federal wage lawsuits in Manhattan against those restaurant companies, and their advocates say they will soon sue a dozen other restaurants in the city.”

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