They were a few shy of a million, but, aided by drums and Chinese cymbals, some 50 moms and their supporters raised quite a ruckus in front of the Madison Avenue DKNY store on Sunday afternoon. The trilingual (Cantonese, Spanish, and English) Mother's Day demo was the latest protest in a yearlong campaign by a group of Asian and Latina garment workers, who say they endured years of wretched conditions and unpaid overtime sewing Donna Karan clothes in a Manhattan sweatshop. Kwan Lai, 40, who worked at the 38th Street factory for seven years, told the crowd about being forbidden drinking water, bathroom breaks, even phone calls about her sick children. Chants of "2-4-6-8, who do we appreciate? Mommy!" alternated with "DKNY, you ain't got no alibi.... More >>>