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Labor and business will clash on Black Friday as union organizers back up Walmart workers protesting for higher wages.
Activists say support for the demonstrations has grown compared to last year, estimating roughly 1,500 protests will be held across the country on the busiest shopping day of the year. Critics have sought to downplay the protests, citing the heavy union involvement behind the events, in which few of the retail giant’s employees will participate.
Nov. 29 will also be a test for worker centers — nonprofit allies of unions — that are behind the effort to target the nation’s largest private employer. United for Respect at Walmart (OUR Walmart) has become the hub for the protests, which have been going on throughout the year and picking up steam this week, leading up to Black Friday.