Market Basket workers rally in Tewksbury for ‘Artie T.’

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Thousands of protesting Market Basket workers gathered today in Tewksbury.

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Thousands of protesting Market Basket workers gathered today in Tewksbury.

Protester Lindsey Chastney has worked at a Market Basket store in Haverhill for thirteen years.

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Protester Lindsey Chastney has worked at a Market Basket store in Haverhill for thirteen years.

The protesters rallied for ousted leader Arthur T. Demoulas.

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The protesters rallied for ousted leader Arthur T. Demoulas.

The protest was at Stadium Plaza — not far from Market Basket’s headquarters.

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The protest was at Stadium Plaza — not far from Market Basket’s headquarters.

The protest could be seen behind a toy Market Basket truck.

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The protest could be seen behind a toy Market Basket truck.

Several Market Basket stores printed their own shirts.

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Several Market Basket stores printed their own shirts.

Conor Keilty, a Market Basket employee, waved an American flag.

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Market Basket employee Conor Keilty waved an American flag as the protest started to take shape.

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