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Molly Hershkowitz (left) and Lucian Casciano of the Workmen’s Circle in Brookline were among the protesters yesterday at the Wal-Mart in Framingham. The demonstration resulted from accusations of labor abuses in several of the chain’s properties.

Children protest outside Wal-Mart

Sweatshop labor allegations cited

By Stephanie V. Siek
Globe Staff / December 12, 2005

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FRAMINGHAM -- A group of children protesting Wal-Mart's alleged use of sweatshop labor was asked to leave the store property yesterday after trying to present a store manager with a letter detailing its concerns. (Full article: 508 words)

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