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EJC-led Wage Theft Protest Featured in Washington Post

In October, EJC staff EJC protest wagemembers and volunteers, together with our coalition partners and members of our workers committee, spearheaded a protest outside Indigo, a restaurant in D.C.'s H St. NE neighborhood. The protest demanded thousands of dollars in unpaid wages for Reyna M., a former...

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Stop Wage Theft at Indigo!

Last month, EJC and over 40 supporters stood in solidarity with Reyna Maradiaga as she staged a demonstration to demand the wages that she is owed. Reyna worked for Indigo, a popular Indian restaurant, for nearly a year and was consistently paid under the minimum wage and was not paid overtime. Read More

Photos from Labor Day Awards Breakfast

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AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka Honored at EJC's 2015 Labor Day Breakfast

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AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka addressing the audience at EJC's 2015 Labor Day Breakfast

On September 22, the EJC  celebrated the hard work of our volunteers, staff, Board of Directors, and supporters, in our 15th annual Labor Day Breakfast. The EJC...

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"The Sweet Taste of Luxury and Justice": Kulemia's Story

Kulemia Masalla came to the Workers' Rights Clinic in 2013 after suffering workplace discrimination. After reviewing her case back in the office, EJC staff realized she had a living wage claim (a higher wage required by a government contract) as well. EJC's Advocacy team accompanied her to the Office of Wage and Hour and later helped...

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Thanks to EJC's Clinic Volunteers For a Great Year So Far

As our annual Labor Day Awards Breakfast approaches, the staff of the EJC wants to give a great big THANK YOU to all our loyal intake volunteers and advising attorneys who make the EJC's Workers' Rights Clinics such a valuable resource to DC-area low-income workers. Intake volunteers like Tammy Craig, a legal assistant at WETA...

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