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Celebrating the Rise of Hispanic Female Workers – UConn Center for Career Development

Half a century after the enactment of the groundbreaking Civil Rights Act of 1964, economic inequality in the United States continues to be closely linked to both race and gender. Groups facing the greatest risks of poverty and minimum wage due to occupational segregation, workplace harassment and discrimination, and lack of workplace protection continue to include Latina and African-American women. I am. I am keenly aware that many of the obstacles my mother faced as a Colombian-American seamstress: workplace discrimination, sexual harassment, and low-paying work continue to plague Latina workers today. ..

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Celebrating the Rise of Hispanic Female Workers – UConn Center for Career Development

https://career.uconn.edu/blog/2022/05/14/celebrating-the-rise-of-hispanic-women-workers/ Celebrating the Rise of Hispanic Female Workers – UConn Center for Career Development

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