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San Jose Mercury News employees send their solidarity with guild negotiators working on a wage re-opener in Denver.

DENVER — Employees at one of the nation’s biggest news organizations have joined to fight Wall Street’s ongoing attack on quality journalism.

Digital First Media is the second-largest chain of newspapers and online news sites in the country, and 12 union-represented DFM newspapers began bargaining for a wage increase on March 9.

The campaign is aimed at resisting the slash-and-burn, asset-stripping strategy of Alden Global Capital, the secretive New York hedge fund that owns DFM.

NewsGuild members showed their support in creative ways all day Thursday. To re-arrange this photo mosaic, just reload the page.