“I work at a clothing distribution center. I work at that warehouse for 20 years and I’m still paid less than $15 an hour. Many of us are paid less than $10 an hour. Who can live with that?” Miguel Rosario, Distribution worker.
(My Central New Jersey) Warehouse workers at a clothing distribution facility that services such large retailers as Amazon, Walmart, Macy’s and JCPenney held a two-hour strike Wednesday morning.
Companies like Freeze are taking advantage of warehouse workers’ hard work. Freeze is a private clothing company headquartered in New York City that distributes logoed sportswear and t-shirts for large national retailers, including Amazon, JC Penney, Burlington Coat Factory, Macy’s and Walmart.
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