“What was really moving to see was that a lot of these workers didn’t know each other before and how bonded they were after just a 45-minute conversation,” says Lappé. “I think it really speaks to the shared experience of food workers in this country. It’s one of the largest sectors of the economy, and they are among the most exploited, underpaid, overworked workers. So there were a lot of shared experiences there.”
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