Friday, March 3, 2017

A Day Without A Woman---What Legal Protections Do I Have If I Join The March 8 Strike/Protest?

"Given the huge turnout for the Women’s March on Washington, and the momentum that protest built, A Day Without a Woman could turn out to be a similarly historic event. Women who plan on participating should take whatever precautions they can to protect themselves from retaliation so that in the days following the protest they can continue working for pay, at the same time as they continue to work for political change."--Leora Smith

What can be learned from the Day(s) Without Immigrants to minimize risks for those who choose to take part in A Day Without a Woman? Read the entire article "Political Strikes: What Can Workers Do to Protect Themselves?" here.

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