Thousands of protesting Market Basket workers are expected today in Tewksbury.

Suzanne Kreiter/Globe Staff

Thousands of protesting Market Basket workers are expected today in Tewksbury.

The protesters are rallying for ousted leader Arthur T. Demoulas.

Suzanne Kreiter/Globe Staff

The protesters are rallying for ousted leader Arthur T. Demoulas.

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

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

The crowd has been building all morning.

Jack Newsham for the Globe

The crowd has been building all morning.

Several Market Basket stores have printed their own shirts.

Jack Newsham for the Globe

Several Market Basket stores have printed their own shirts.

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

Suzanne Kreiter/Globe Staff

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

Organizers said the crowd is likely to exceed 10,000 people today.

Jack Newsham for the Globe

Organizers said the crowd is likely to exceed 10,000 people today.

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