At Monuts Donuts,  barista Arielle Bryant makes a signature tea. Monuts is one of the 22 businesses and 11 nonprofits that signed on to the Durham Living Wage Project. Monuts’ co-owner Rob Gillespie, 29, says, “Minimum wage is simply not enough.”
At Monuts Donuts, barista Arielle Bryant makes a signature tea. Monuts is one of the 22 businesses and 11 nonprofits that signed on to the Durham Living Wage Project. Monuts’ co-owner Rob Gillespie, 29, says, “Minimum wage is simply not enough.” JULI LEONARD jleonard@newsobserver.com
At Monuts Donuts, barista Arielle Bryant makes a signature tea. Monuts is one of the 22 businesses and 11 nonprofits that signed on to the Durham Living Wage Project. Monuts’ co-owner Rob Gillespie, 29, says, “Minimum wage is simply not enough.” JULI LEONARD jleonard@newsobserver.com

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