Christian Ramirez, a former manager at the restaurant, joined Lexi Paul with her son, Ezra, 3, for a noon demonstration Wednesday along the Percival Landing boardwalk. They were protesting working conditions at the landmark Oyster House, shown in the background.
Christian Ramirez, a former manager at the restaurant, joined Lexi Paul with her son, Ezra, 3, for a noon demonstration Wednesday along the Percival Landing boardwalk. They were protesting working conditions at the landmark Oyster House, shown in the background. Steve Bloom sbloom@theolympian.com
Christian Ramirez, a former manager at the restaurant, joined Lexi Paul with her son, Ezra, 3, for a noon demonstration Wednesday along the Percival Landing boardwalk. They were protesting working conditions at the landmark Oyster House, shown in the background. Steve Bloom sbloom@theolympian.com

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