The Brutal Life of a Sanitation Worker

(Reprinted from The New York TimesFeb. 9, 2018) Fifty years after the Memphis strike, workers continue to risk their lives across the United States to handle garbage and recycling. The solution in 1968 was collective bargaining, and it is the solution today as well.

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