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Photo Gallery: Acting Secretary Seth D. Harris Discusses Raising the Federal Minimum Wage with Workers in Baltimore
(May 14, 2013)

Images include:

  • Acting Secretary Harris is greeted by Sabree Akinyele, director, Our Daily Bread Employment Center, in Baltimore, Md.
  • Acting Secretary Harris meets Mary Anne O'Donnell, division director, Catholic Charities of Baltimore.
  • Alex M. Sanchez, chief of staff to Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, introduces acting Secretary Harris.
  • (L-R) Deli worker Jonathan Martin, acting Secretary Seth D. Harris and waitress Erin Breen listen to a minimum wage earners story.
  • Workers gathered at Our Daily Bread Employment Center in Baltimore to discuss what raising the federal minimum wage would mean.
  • Dorothy Irene Kent discusses her efforts to keep up with the bills by working two jobs where she earns slightly above the current federal minimum wage.
  • Acting Secretary Harris (left) listens while retail worker and mother Kali Radke (right) argues for a higher minimum wage.
  • De'Warren Reaves (standing on left) tells acting Secretary Harris about the challenges facing low-wage workers caring for their families.

Images include:

  • Acting Secretary Harris is greeted by Sabree Akinyele, director, Our Daily Bread Employment Center, in Baltimore, Md.
  • Acting Secretary Harris meets Mary Anne O'Donnell, division director, Catholic Charities of Baltimore.
  • Alex M. Sanchez, chief of staff to Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, introduces acting Secretary Harris.
  • (L-R) Deli worker Jonathan Martin, acting Secretary Seth D. Harris and waitress Erin Breen listen to a minimum wage earners story.
  • Workers gathered at Our Daily Bread Employment Center in Baltimore to discuss what raising the federal minimum wage would mean.
  • Dorothy Irene Kent discusses her efforts to keep up with the bills by working two jobs where she earns slightly above the current federal minimum wage.
  • Acting Secretary Harris (left) listens while retail worker and mother Kali Radke (right) argues for a higher minimum wage.
  • De'Warren Reaves (standing on left) tells acting Secretary Harris about the challenges facing low-wage workers caring for their families.