Comic book tackles wage theft with goal of empowering aggrieved workers

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WASHINGTON (CNS) -- Worker advocates have turned to a new tool to educate low-wage employees about wage theft. Welcome the comic book. The first issue of "Wage Theft: Crime & Justice," published by Chicago-based Interfaith Worker Justice, may not be coveted by comic book collectors, but clients at worker centers around the country are poring over the bilingual book to learn how best to regain wages owed to them by deceitful employers.

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