Fighting Workplace Abuses at the University of Maryland

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This episode we spoke to Tim Baldauf, a student at the University of Maryland, who is fighting to help end workplace abuses at the school he attends---University of Maryland. This interview he breaks down some important issues and why he (and many other students) felt compelled to end workplace abuses that are mostly directly at facilities workers, including housekeepers and custodial staff. Dating back to the Spring of 2010 countless workers have come forth with allegations of workplace abuses such as: racial discrimination, sexual abuse, xenophobia, and verbal degradation---to name a few. Most of these workers have been Black or Latina women. A movement is now underway, where people are demanding Justice at Maryland!
This is quickly becoming a national news story.
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