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Photo Gallery: Discussions with Acting Secretary of Labor Seth D. Harris and low-wage workers in Orlando, Fla., and Boston on raising the federal minimum wage
(February 22 and 28, 2013)

Images include:

  • Acting Secretary of Labor Seth D. Harris interacts with low wage workers during a roundtable discussion on the minimum wage hosted by the Central Florida Urban League in Orlando, FL on February 22. CFUL President and CEO Allie Braswell, looks on.
  • Acting Secretary of Labor Seth D. Harris listens to Maria Carrillo, a housekeeper from Guatemala, explain the pressures of making ends meet with low wage work during a roundtable discussion hosted by the Central Florida Urban League in Orlando, FL on February 22.
  • Tavanel Deas, fast food restaurant worker, listens on during a roundtable discussion hosted by the Central Florida Urban League in Orlando, FL on February 22.
  • Acting Secretary of Labor Seth D. Harris leads off the conversation with low wage workers during a roundtable discussion on the minimum wage hosted by the Central Florida Urban League in Orlando, FL on February 22.
  • Acting Secretary of Labor Seth D. Harris with Central Florida Urban League President and CEO Allie Braswell following the roundtable discussion on the minimum wage in Orlando, Florida on February 22.
  • Acting Secretary Seth D. Harris listens as Massachusetts Labor and Workforce Development Secretary Joanne F. Goldstein speaks at a discussion on the minimum wage hosted by Action for Boston Community Development in Boston on Feb. 28.
  • Warehouse worker Melanie Brown, at a discussion on the minimum wage hosted by Action for Boston Community Development in Boston on Feb. 28, said she sometimes has to choose between paying a bill and feeding her children.

Images include:

  • Acting Secretary of Labor Seth D. Harris interacts with low wage workers during a roundtable discussion on the minimum wage hosted by the Central Florida Urban League in Orlando, FL on February 22. CFUL President and CEO Allie Braswell, looks on.
  • Acting Secretary of Labor Seth D. Harris listens to Maria Carrillo, a housekeeper from Guatemala, explain the pressures of making ends meet with low wage work during a roundtable discussion hosted by the Central Florida Urban League in Orlando, FL on February 22.
  • Tavanel Deas, fast food restaurant worker, listens on during a roundtable discussion hosted by the Central Florida Urban League in Orlando, FL on February 22.
  • Acting Secretary of Labor Seth D. Harris leads off the conversation with low wage workers during a roundtable discussion on the minimum wage hosted by the Central Florida Urban League in Orlando, FL on February 22.
  • Acting Secretary of Labor Seth D. Harris with Central Florida Urban League President and CEO Allie Braswell following the roundtable discussion on the minimum wage in Orlando, Florida on February 22.
  • Acting Secretary Seth D. Harris listens as Massachusetts Labor and Workforce Development Secretary Joanne F. Goldstein speaks at a discussion on the minimum wage hosted by Action for Boston Community Development in Boston on Feb. 28.
  • Warehouse worker Melanie Brown, at a discussion on the minimum wage hosted by Action for Boston Community Development in Boston on Feb. 28, said she sometimes has to choose between paying a bill and feeding her children.