WASHINGTON — Making Change at Walmart, a group backed by the United Food and Commercial Workers International Union here, said Wednesday it plans to "take action" against Wal-Mart inside and outside its stores on Black Friday, the day after Thanksgiving, if the chain does not change the way it treats employees. That action, which the group said would be non-violent, could take the form of rallies, flash mobs or other efforts to make the public aware of the group's ...
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