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Wal-Mart are spending this day protesting the retail giant for opening its doors on Thanksgiving Day Jeff Flock is live in Bedford hills Illinois.
Gathering to have got other Wal-Mart locations.
I'm surrounded by folks and you know I would say most of them you heard the gentleman's comments last hour I would say most people don't have that attitude while people happy to have the job Wal-Mart.
They go not only protesting.
The fact that some people had to work.
But also protesting the fact that they don't think the working conditions -- hear about -- was talking to this young lady here let me interrupt 12 started but you know there.
Tell you he said you've been working at Wal-Mart for seven years you've had a good experience I'm writing -- today I'm.
Here because -- -- workers that my Wal-Mart.
We're not making a livable wage and we.
Even have to work at seven years and make eleven dollars an hour but -- hours.
Had been cut to 32 hours a week on the to that I am most recent schedule -- twenty hours that's not of them ways.
You know I can barely make my is that we have to borrow money from -- that.
You know -- vacant -- -- an excellent you feel like would you like heavy union Obama.
I just want.
A Wal-Mart to treat their associates that you don't necessarily care currency union you just like because I want to be treated fairly I want I want.
Yeah and said take this -- isn't considered race.
You know and give us a livable wait.
I've -- -- a reliable schedule.
I appreciate it complexity today we'll check out -- specials that Wal-Mart is well some of the students and voice of the protest.
Out here today -- you know the united food and commercial workers union is trying to organize a union -- but if you heard.
Some of the employees don't necessarily care about -- union but just like have little bit better tree.
Thank you Jeff Jeff Flock live for -- in Illinois.
With Christmas of.
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