Plowing under the fields of shame

Clarren, Rebecca
April 2008
High Country News;4/14/2008, Vol. 40 Issue 7, p29
The author reflects on the discrimination of women employees at the workplace in California. The author cites some examples wherein women employees are discriminated including sexual assault and harassment by her fellow employees or superior. She describes that the abuse and dismissal of immigrant women workers in Agriculture is epidemic and need to be given attention by the federal government. She believes that a development of an immigration policy help reduce discrimination in women workers.


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