“We must not be afraid to speak and do what is right”

EJC client Rosa Ramos speaks in her own words about her experience with wage theft. People here in Washington, DC often go to Indian restaurants. It is a very commercialized cuisine in the United States. From the outside patio on 19th and Pennsylvania you can feel and taste the dishes like butter chicken or the curries that are offered…

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Workers Rally and Testify to Stop Wage Theft in DC

On Friday, workers braved the last of the wintry weather to continue to send the message to the DC Council that they must put an end to wage theft. More than 75 workers, community members, unions, and advocates turned out to the rally and hearing to hear worker testimony in favor of the Wage Theft…

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Media Advisory: Wage Theft Victims Rally in Protest of Stolen Pay

Contact: Ari Weisbard, Deputy Director, Employment Justice Center   aweisbard@dcejc.org, 202-670-1590 Worker Contact: Emma Cleveland, Employment Justice Organizer, Employment Justice Center                                                               emma@dcejc.org, 202-802-1334 On…

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