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Bobby Williams (left), store manager of the Capital Plaza Mall Walmart in Hyattsville, Md., speaks Nov. 23, 2012, with Rev. Dr. Edwin Jones Sr. of the Living Faith Baptist Church in Washington, D.C., telling the reverend that no Walmart workers will be retaliated against for protesting against the company. Mr. Williams came out to meet with the Walmart workers and community activists who joined forces to demonstrate outside the Walmart. The workers have been protesting low wages, reductions in hours, changes in schedules and firings. Mr. Williams asked the demonstrators to vacate the premises. (Barbara L. Salisbury/The Washington Times)
Photo by: BARBARA L. SALISBURY
Bobby Williams (left), store manager of the Capital Plaza Mall Walmart in Hyattsville, Md., speaks Nov. 23, 2012, with Rev. Dr. Edwin Jones Sr. of the Living Faith Baptist Church in Washington, D.C., telling the reverend that no Walmart workers will be retaliated against for protesting against the company. Mr. Williams came out to meet with the Walmart workers and community activists who joined forces to demonstrate outside the Walmart. The workers have been protesting low wages, reductions in hours, changes in schedules and firings. Mr. Williams asked the demonstrators to vacate the premises. (Barbara L. Salisbury/The Washington Times)

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