Where do I work now?
Cleaner at Wal-Mart Tells of Few Breaks and Low Pay
Published: October 25, 2003
Keith Meyers/The New York Times Victor Zavala Jr., shown with his wife, Eunice, believes that Wal-Mart managers knew that janitors working for their cleaning contractors were illegal immigrants. The Zavala family now faces possible deportation...
Full story here at the New York Times.
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