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cnn.com, Fall, and Family: Committee of Interns and Resident. SEIUHealthcare. CAR OF YOUR CANT GO SEE MNE committee of Interns and Residents aR (CNN) How would the United States deal without immigrants for a day? Cities across the country got a taste of that Thursday as businesses shut down and immigrants refused to spend money on "A Day Without Immigrants." It's an effort to show the Trump administration how much immigrants contribute to the country's economy as the President continues his tough stances on immigration.And while many immigrants and business owners refused to work in an act of solidarity, others marked the event in more unorthodox ways. Here are some of their stories: Restaurant workers do 'double the work' in advance Matt Carr, owner of the Little Red Fox restaurant in Washington, D.C., had no problem letting his immigrant employees strike, even though they're vital to his business. "We have three prep cooks on strike today for 'A Day Without Immigrants.' They are all parents worried about their families and futures," Carr said. But before those workers went on strike, they made sure the business was taken care of. "Dear Matt, kale salad is ready," the protesters wrote on a note for their boss. "Fruit salad just needs blueberries + mint. Oranges are cut. Thank you, The ladies of the kitchen."Carr said he appreciates the dedication of his employees. "We're a very small business, and without them we would not be able to open today," he said. "They not only gave me a heads-up about the strike, but did double the work yesterday so we would be in good shape today." Carr said he's "holding down the fort" by also washing dishes and preparing food. He said his business would fall apart without his immigrant employees, who come from Venezuela and Guatemala. "Immigrants are the backbone of this country and the heart and soul of the service industry," he said. "Without them, our small businesses would crumble. They are also part of our family here at Little Red Fox, and I, too, am worried about their future under this administration." 17thsoulja BlackIG17th daywithoutimmigrants
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(CNN) How would the United States deal without immigrants for a day? Cities across the country got a taste of that Thursday as businesses shut down and immigrants refused to spend money on "A Day Without Immigrants." It's an effort to show the Trump administration how much immigrants contribute to the country's economy as the President continues his tough stances on immigration.And while many immigrants and business owners refused to work in an act of solidarity, others marked the event in more unorthodox ways. Here are some of their stories: Restaurant workers do 'double the work' in advance Matt Carr, owner of the Little Red Fox restaurant in Washington, D.C., had no problem letting his immigrant employees strike, even though they're vital to his business. "We have three prep cooks on strike today for 'A Day Without Immigrants.' They are all parents worried about their families and futures," Carr said. But before those workers went on strike, they made sure the business was taken care of. "Dear Matt, kale salad is ready," the protesters wrote on a note for their boss. "Fruit salad just needs blueberries + mint. Oranges are cut. Thank you, The ladies of the kitchen."Carr said he appreciates the dedication of his employees. "We're a very small business, and without them we would not be able to open today," he said. "They not only gave me a heads-up about the strike, but did double the work yesterday so we would be in good shape today." Carr said he's "holding down the fort" by also washing dishes and preparing food. He said his business would fall apart without his immigrant employees, who come from Venezuela and Guatemala. "Immigrants are the backbone of this country and the heart and soul of the service industry," he said. "Without them, our small businesses would crumble. They are also part of our family here at Little Red Fox, and I, too, am worried about their future under this administration." 17thsoulja BlackIG17th daywithoutimmigrants

(CNN) How would the United States deal without immigrants for a day? Cities across the country got a taste of that Thursday as businesses sh...