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People hold signs advocating for unionized Starbucks workers in St. Louis.
Eric Schmid
St. Louis Public Radio
Judge Robert A. Ringler found the Seattle-based coffee chain broke the law by punishing workers who wore union T-shirts and by threatening employees that they would lose their scheduled raises, benefits increases and access to management because of their union activities.
An Airstream with the StoryCorps painted in neon pink on the side.
Ryan Dorgan
St. Louis Public Radio will host the StoryCorps Mobile Booth from Sept. 14 to Oct. 20 at the Public Media Commons in Grand Center.
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