LGBTQ+ Domestic Workers Win Rights, Respect Through Their Union

Episode 5 April 07, 2021 00:31:32
LGBTQ+ Domestic Workers Win Rights, Respect Through Their Union
Solidarity Center
LGBTQ+ Domestic Workers Win Rights, Respect Through Their Union

Apr 07 2021 | 00:31:32

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Show Notes

From Nicaragua, Francia Blanco, a trans rights union activist and domestic worker, shares with Solidarity Center Executive Director Shawna Bader-Blau how she and other trans domestic workers are joining in their union to win rights on the job and respect in their communities. Domestic Workers: Healing, Growing, Taking Action FETRADOMOV LGBT Rights in Nicaragua

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