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Tag Archives: labor
Chinese Railroad Workers Inducted into the U.S. Labor Hall of Honor & Reclaiming Promontory Point
http://youtu.be/2XvhmGTqeHY On May 9th, history was made as the Chinese Railroad Workers were inducted into the U.S. Labor Hall of Honor. You can view the entire ceremony on the Department of Labor’s YouTube channel. If you don’t happen to know: … Continue reading
Posted in Business, Current Events, Discrimination, History, Labor Tagged Asian-American, chinese, chinese american, history, labor, railroad worker, U.S. Labor Hall of Honor 1 Comment
My Time in Cambodia: Cleanin’ Like My Momma
Now that I’m living in an actual “third world” country — instead of just studying about one — I find it important to be aware of what I’m seeing and how it connects to the ideas and “truths” I learned … Continue reading
Posted in Observations Tagged broom, cambodia, cleaning, domestic, foreigner, gender inequality, Khmer, labor, Phnon Penh, poverty, sweep, women 5 Comments