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In The Kitchen: Immigrant Workers And Restaurants

Restaurant patrons need only look up from their table to understand how much of their night out depends on immigrant labor. In an industry where one in 10 workers is an undocumented immigrant, these workers are pouring our water, preparing our meals and washing our dishes. Kojo explores where these workers fit into America's food service industry and asks what immigration reform could mean for workers, restaurant owners and diners.

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