Looking Behind the Kitchen Door | KCET
Looking Behind the Kitchen Door
These are just some of the statistics in this episode that Saru Jayaraman, an advocate for restaurants workers rights, cites in her conversation with Mark Bittman at the Manifesto Café in Los Angeles. Though California has the same minimum wage for all employees, other states are only starting to catch up, while the federal minimum wages still lags behind. Jayaraman talks about the obstacles workers face challenging a powerful industry "that doesn't have to pay its own workers."
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Venture to the Pacific Northwest to capture the stories of ongoing traditions and perseverance of its original inhabitants.KCET Original
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On this episode: stay at home order, Palmdale and sticky Thanksgiving conversations.KCET Original
To Matt's discomfort, Charlie's free-spirited father, Carlito, arrives with his girlfriend's teenage daughter, Ivy. Just before the grand opening of the Knight-Cartwright heart clinic, Hugh receives a mysterious letter from his ex-wife.KCET Original
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