Chicago City Council takes aim at wage theft

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One new tool activist groups are turning to is a 32-page graphic novel called "Wage Theft: Crime and Justice."
The first issue of "Wage Theft: Crime and Justice," published by Chicago-based Interfaith Worker Justice, is being used by clients at worker centers around the country, Catholic News reports.

“There's very little easily accessible information about what your rights are,” said Interfaith Worker Justice Executive Director Kim Bobo, who helped publish the book by Jeffry Korgen, executive director of planning and communications for the Diocese of Metuchen, N.J., and artist Kevin C. Pyle.